Stability, Retention and Relapse in Orthodontics.pdf

Stability, Retention and Relapse in Orthodontics PDF

Katsaros, Christos / Eliades, Theodore

This book offers a thorough analysis of the retention and stability of orthodontic treatment results and outlines the keys to effective intervention. Tendencies for stability and relapse of orthodontic treatment are covered for incisor irregularity and Class I, Class II, transverse, and vertical problems, as well as orthognathic surgery outcomes. In addition to cautioning against tooth and jaw movements that have been associated with an increased risk of relapse, the authors discuss the use of fixed and removable retention appliances and outline treatment principles to minimize relapse and the development of potential unwanted effects at the retention stage. The end result is an understanding of how to develop targeted retention plans for individual patients and how to treatment plan long-term stability with strategic insight. Stability, Retention and Relapse in Orthodontics.

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Notas actuales

Sofi Voighua

Shields, T. , Little, R. and Chapko, M. (1985) Stability and relapse of mandibular anterior alignment—A cephalometric appraisal of first premolar extraction cases treated by traditional edgewise orthodontics, American Journal of Orthodontics, 87, 27 – 38. Stability, Retention and Relapse in Orthodontics. Katsaros, Christos / Eliades, Theodore (Ed.) 1st edition 2017 Hardcover, 21 x 28 cm, 224 pages, 403 images Language: English ISBN 978-1-78698-019-9 STUDENTI VŠ (do 26 let) - SLEVA 10 %

Mattio Mazios

Periodontal ligament stability is also readily achieved using this non-rigid system. 19,20 Disadvantages of this mode of retention include possible hygiene difficulties, and localized relapse where there is a partial debond of the retainer. Undetected debonds also carry the risk of decalcification and caries.

Noe Schulzzo

The first three chapters (Section I: Orthodontic Retention) deal with the historical aspects of retention, the biological basis for relapse, and the available evidence ...

Jason Statham

Retention is necessary following orthodontic treatment to prevent relapse of the ... in the surrounding soft tissues, can also affect the stability of the orthodontic ... Retention and Stability in Orthodontics: Nanda BDS MDS PhD, ... of Washington studies on stability and relapse, stability of the adult orthodontic ...

Jessica Kolhmann

The need for retention is important to maintain the stability of the occlusion achieved by the orthodontist and patient. 13 Without stability, the esthetic and functional result may relapse. The improvements achieved from long and painstaking treatment may be lost because of relapse after the orthodontic appliances are removed.