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Pain and Orthodontics

  • Pain physiology
  • Pain theories
  • Dual nature of pain
  • Biology of tooth movement
  • Perception of pain during fixed orthodontic T/t
  • Drugs and effects on tooth movement
  • Pain control in orthodontics
  • Sustained orthodontic forces does not produce prominent stress related signals
  • Bioelectric potential – bone which is not being stressed
  • When low voltage direct current applied to alveolar bone- tooth moves faster
  • Electromagnetic fields
  • Conclusion of bioelectric theory

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