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INTRODUCTION STERILIZATION AND DISINFECTION- DEFINITION INACTIVATION OF MICROORGANISMS INFECTION CONTROL BARRIER PROTECTION ENVIRONMENTAL SURFACE DISINFECTION CONTAMINATION VEHICLES STERILIZATION AND ITS METHODS DISINFECTION AND ITS METHODS EFFECTS OF STERILIZATION & DISINFECTION ON ORTHODONTIC MATERIALS   Effects on orthodontic wires   Effects on orthodontic pliers Dental aerosols, splattering, and instrument contamination can …

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STERILISATION IN ORTHODONTICS..

INTRODUCTION HISTORY BLOOD BORNE PATHOGENS AND DISEASE STATES IMMUNISATION FOR ORAL HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS PATHWAYS OF CROSS CONTAMINATION INSTRUMENT PROCESSING STERILISATION METHODS PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT AND BARRIER TECHNIQUE PROCEDURE FOR ORTHODONTIC INSTRUMENTS DENTAL LAB INFECTION CONTROL SURFACE ASEPSIS CONCLUSION BIBLIOGRAPHY                             INTRODUCTION:   Dental care professionals are at …

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STATISTICS IN ORTHODONTICS

SAMPLE: group of individuals who are actually available for investigation. RANDOMIZATION;Procedure for allocating experimental subjects to eliminate investigator-induced bias. DATA:compilation of facts and findings. Data is classified as:      1.geographical      2.chronological      3.qualitative      4.quantitative asserts that there is no real difference in the sample(s) and the population under …

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Points to be evaluated: Bite opened. Edge to edge incisor contact. All rotations, anterior and posterior properly overcorrected. Molar relationship overcorrected. Good, well supported intercuspal posterior occlusion. All space closed. Buccolingual relationship of posterior teeth properly established. Anterior teeth sufficiently retracted to allow for some relapse. Slight (about 15 degrees) …

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SPACE GAINING IN ORTHODONTICS

This is an embedded Microsoft Office presentation, powered by Office Online. Maxillary space regaining                        Generally space regaining is easier in maxillary arch than in mandibular arch. Permanent maxillary first molar can be tipped distally. A removable appliance retained with Adam’s clasp and incorporating a helical finger spring adjacent to …

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Space gaining in Orthodontics

Extraction Expansion Molar distalization Enamel stripping Uprighting of molars Derotation of posterior teeth Proclination of anteriors Distraction osteogenesis Indications for 2nd premolar extraction: Nance, Carey, Dewey and Thompson (Begg) Good profile and mild crowding. Straight profile and moderate crowding. Class II div. 1 dental on class I skeletal with mild …

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SOFT TISSUE CEPHALOMETRIC ANALYSIS

OBLIQUE RETRO FACE – Posterior rotation of avg face. Maxilla positioned  posteriorly and mandible  even more posteriorly AVERAGE FACE ,GNATHIC PROFILE SLANTING BACKWARDS –  Backward rotation of the profile is partly compensated by forward  displacement of Midface, therefore Sn avg position RETROFACE GNATHIC PROFILE SLANTING BACKWARD-  Combined effect of backward …

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Soft Tissue Based Diagnosis and Treatment Planning..

Introduction Facial analysis:changing concepts Soft tissue analysis                               -clinical examination                               -cephalometric analysis                               -others Problem list based treatment planning Soft tissue prediction based on                             -tooth movement                             -skeletal change Influence of growth related soft tissue changes Changing concepts of beauty Conclusion Humans have been aware of beauty from prehistoric …

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Soft Tissue Analysis

HISTORY OF CEPHALOMETRICS NEED FOR A SOFT TISSUE ANALYSIS SOFT TISSUE CEPHALOMETRIC LANDMARKS PR0FILE ANALYSIS ANALYSIS OF THE LIPS HOLDAWAYS  ANALYSIS RICKETTS  ANALYSIS STEINERS ANALYSIS ANALYSIS FOR ORTHOGNATHIC  SURGERY ARNETTS ANALYSIS CONCLUSION Historically the human form has been measured for many reasons. One has been to aid humanity’s self –potrayal …

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SOFT TISSUE & DENTAOFACIAL SKELETAL CHANGES WITH HEADGEAR

One of the most perplexing malocclusion to diagnose and treat, particularly in mixed and late deciduous dentition is the developing skeletal class III malocclusion. It is one of the most challenging problem confronting the practicing orthodontist. A large number of clinicians feel that a developing mandibular prognathism will reach a …

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SOFT & HARD TISSUE CHANGES FOLLOWING ORTHO RX

Among these, some patients have a unique constellation of Skeleto dental features that neither growth modification nor camouflage would be able to offer a possible solution. Combined surgical orthodontic procedures to correct major Dento-facial deformities and malocclusion has been in practice for many years. Over the past 40 years, the …

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Smile Pro980 PRESENTATION

Frenectomy Frenotomy Biopsy Operculectomy Implant Recovery Gingivectomy Gingivoplasty Gingival Troughing Crown Lengthening Haemostasis of donor site Removal of Granulation Tissue Laser assisted flap surgery Debridement of diseased   epithelial lining Cut and coagulate precisely in one step Eliminates collateral tissue damage Minimal post-operative inflammation and discomfort Clean bloodless operating field Optical …

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SMILE ANALYSIS

                   INTRODUCTION                                Dale Carnegie  said that one of the most important ways to win friends and influence people is to smile.                          “The goal of orthodontic treatment should be the attainment of the best possible esthetic result, dentally and facially.”                                   -Wylie                           Epker and Fish stated that, “Perhaps the single most important …

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SLEEP APNEA01..

DEFNITION OF SLEEP APNEA HISTORY OF SLEEP APNEA TERMS USED PATHOGENESIS PREDISPOSING FACTORS TYPES OF APNEA DIAGNOSIS-EXAMINATION &INVESTIGATIONS TREATMENT MODALITIES CONCLUSION PATHOGENESIS During inspiration  a negative intrapharyngeal pressure develops but airway collapse is prevented by  the action of the pharyngeal abductor and dilator muscles. These muscles are  activated rhythmically during …

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SKELATAL MATURITY INDICATORS AS SEEN IN THE TRANSVERSE SECTION OF THE MANDIBLE

Keeping in mind the differential seen in the normal growth within an individual, the assessment of maturation of a structure based on the evaluation of another may not be accurate. Hence, understanding the importance of skeletal maturation in the diagnosis and treatment planning of an individual this study was undertaken …

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