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Modified- Gum pads,Development of Primary Dentition..

Upper gum pad is wider and longer than the lower gum pad . Thus when approximated, complete overjet present all around. Anterior open bite present at rest with contact only in the deciduous 1st molar region. Tongue protrudes anteriorly through                   this space- helps in suckling Permits eruption of lower incisors …

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Model Analysis final

ARCH-PERIMETER ANALYSIS NANCE-CAREY’S ANALYSIS IRREGULAR INDEX REE’S  ANALYSIS. DIAGNOSTIC SET UP LAARRY WHITE ANALYSIS SANIN & SAVARA ANALYSIS TOTAL SPACE ANALYSIS CONVENTIONAL METHOD TWEED METHOD (Estimating the size of unerupted teeth) MOYER’S ANALYSIS. TANAKA-JOHNSTON ANALYSIS. HIXON-OLD FATHER METHOD HUCKABA ANALYSIS UPPER/LOWERTOOTH SIZE DISHORMONY BOLTON’S TOOTH RATIO ANALYSIS TOOTH-SHAPE  DISHORMONY PECK …

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Mock Surgery

Computerized diagnostic and planning software that integrates video images with the patient’s lateral cephalogram to aid in planning and predicting surgical orthodontic procedures (Videocephalometrics).   Three-dimensional computer technology for planning and predicting orthognathic surgery. Moss et al. expanded on the early methods of three-dimensional planning by including laser scanning to model …

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Mixed Dentition Orthodontic Treatment

Introduction Rationale for Early Treatment Benefits of Early Treatment Difficulties of Early Treatment Treatment Planning in Mixed Dentition Treatment Modalities Molar relationship is usually endon and typically transforms into a class I during the transition from a mixed dentition to permanent dentition   Nicely aligned permanent incisors often sporting their …

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Mixed Dent

UTILIZATION OF PHYSIOLOGICAL SPACES IN PRIMARY       DENTITION   INCREASE IN INTER-CANINE WIDTH:        During the transition from primary incisors to        permanent  incisor there is an increase in inter-canine        width of both arches.    CHANGE IN INCISOR INCLINATION:        Permanent incisors erupt more labially inclined as        compared to  primary …

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Methods of Gaining space

Edward Angle – normal occlusion. (1899).Facial esthetics and stability potential complications. Rousseau-imperfections of modern man related to negative influence of civilization and that man could reach perfection with correct efforts.. Inappropriate to extract, inherently capable of having a perfect dentition.( Article of faith) Every person had potential for an ideal …

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METHODS OF GAINING SPACE 1.

Head gears Pendulum appliance. Coil springs Niti and S.Steel Distal jet K loop Jones Jig Magnet Wilson’s Bimetric loop Use of super elastic NiTi Franzulum appliance. ACCO Crozat appliance Crickett appliance Modified Nance lingual appliance Schmuth and Muller double plates Claspring Removable molar distalization splint Fixed piston appliance Using implants …

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Biomechanics

Orthodontic tooth movement results from the application of forces to teeth. These forces are produced by the appliances (wires, brackets, elastics, etc.) inserted and activated by the clinician. The basis of orthodontic treatment lies in the clinical application of biomechanical concepts. Mechanics is the discipline that describes the effect of forces on bodies; biomechanics refers …

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