Abstract

Efficacia ed efficienza clinica delle più comuni apparecchiature ortodontiche: considerazioni cliniche e biomeccaniche

Efficacy and efficiency of the most common orthodontic devices: clinical and biomechanical considerations The small interbracket distance, the anterior bite plane and the different forms of the arches can all bring about significant differences in biomechanics with respect to vestibular appliances. Scientific evidence regarding the particular biomechanics of lingual appliances will be illustrated by analysing both the findings recently published in the literature and several clinical cases. This information is particularly crucial for orthodontists approaching the lingual technique for the first time, as merely translating what we know about labial biomechanics to lingual appliances is likely to lead to unsatisfactory results, and therefore discourage future use of this highly effective and well-received type of treatment. However, acquisition of a few simple biomechanical principles that have been highlighted in the latest research into the issue can make this technique accessible to all with little need for extra training, and hopefully thereby accelerate the diffusion of lingual orthodontics.


Obiettivi di apprendimento

Dopo la tua relazione sarai in grado di -Chiarire i limiti biomeccanici delle apparecchiature linguali
Dopo la tua relazione sarai in grado di -Descrivere quali tipi di malocclusioni possono essere trattate con i diversi tipi di apparecchiature ortodontiche
Dopo la tua relazione sarai in grado di -Descrivere la combinazione di diversi tipi di apparecchiature