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Root Movement

  • Control of the axial inclinations of teeth during orthodontic therapy is critical for achieving excellent results and ensuring long term stability after completion of treatment.
  • The careful evaluation of individual tooth axial inclinations is often carried out as a second stage of space closure in extraction therapy or before completion of treatment in non-extraction therapy.
  • Parallelism of the abutments roots as wells as adequate bone distribution are important factors in the prognosis and successful outcome of treatment.
  • Root correction, which may involve individual teeth or groups of teeth is also instrumental in positioning teeth over basal bone to achieve an ideal occlusal relationship in the anterior and posterior portions of the dental arches.

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