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Bite block use for the intrusion of the posterior sector in conjunction with the use of intermaxillary elastics for open bite closure. Fig. 72. Once the bite is closed, the use of intermaxillary elastics is recommended until the occlusion is well assented. Chapter 1 • Action and reaction Correction of an anterior cross bite with the use of a forward arch wire For the correction of an anterior cross bite with a forward arch wire, this should only have a dentoalveolar component, and not a skeletal one.
3. Fig. 23. Transpalatine arch with 4 bands. Cement a transpalatine arch or a Nance button to the first upper molars. Chapter 2 • Anchorage indicated in cases that present multiple tooth loss, unilaterally and bilaterally. With the aid of these retainers, patients recuperate their chewing, swallowing and phonetic abilities as well as esthetics. (14) 5. Group several posterior teeth to form an anchorage unit. (3) Fig. 26. Transpalatine arch soldered to the molar bands. Fig. 30. Posterior teeth grouping for cuspid retraction.
37 and 38. Because the space closure objectives are reached with canine and incisor retraction, a careful evaluation of the :I ! 001 Tips for Orthodontics and Its Secrets negative results during this phase is convenient. This way we can evaluate the three types of undesired movements that can happen during treatment: 1. 2. Palatomesial rotation of the molars. Due to the mechanical force that acts upon the molars during space closure, these teeth tend to turn in a mesial direction. The effect of this rotation is observed clinically when the mesiobuccal molar cusp falls into a Class II molar relation.
1001 tips for orthodontics and its secrets by Esequiel E. Rodriguez Yanez ; Coauthors, Larry White ... [et al.].