Erscheinungsdatum: 01/2012, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Molar Distalization By The Frog Appliance, Titelzusatz: First phase of non-extraction treatment protocol of dental Class II malocclusion, Autor: Al-Magaleh, Shacker, Verlag: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, Sprache: Englisch, Rubrik: Zahnmedizin // Mund- und Kieferheilkunde, Seiten: 160, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 255 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
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The main aim of this book was to evaluate clinical efficiency of newly introduced Connecticut Intrusion Arch (CIA) composed of Nickel Titanium and Connecticut New Arch (CNA) composed of Beta III Titanium. Tracings recorded from pre and post-intrusion lateral cephalograms of 25 patients treated with (CIA) and another 25 patients treated by (CNA) in increased overbite cases were obtained from Department of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics, GITAM Dental College & Hospital, Visakhapatnam were analyzed following standard procedure and findings were tabulated. Paired t-test was used to compare between pre and post intrusion changes within the CIA and CNA group. Unpaired t-test was used to compare treatment changes between CIA and CNA group. A 'P' value of 0.05 was set for statistical significance.Findings of this study demonstrate that both the CIA and CNA intrusion arch were effective in bite opening. Both groups showed a similar tendency for reduction in inclination of lower incisors. There was no change in angular measurement of lower molar in any group. Lower incisor edge moved back in relation to Protuberance Menti in both the groups.
Surgical removal of the mandibular third molars is one of the most common surgical procedures performed as a day case or as an inpatient, and continues to be the most frequent surgical procedure performed in the specialty of oral and maxillofacial surgery. Factors reported to be associated with mandibular third molars complications include age, gender, medications (antibiotics, corticosteroids, or oral contraceptives), smoking, previous infection, poor oral hygiene, surgeon experience, difficulty of extraction, length of extraction, inadequate irrigation, number of teeth extracted and anesthetic technique. The ability to predict the surgical difficulty of lower third molar extraction is essential when designing a treatment plan in that it helps to assess the competence of the dental practitioner for the particular operation, minimize complications, and optimize the preparation of the patient and assist in terms of the postoperative management of edema, trismus and pain.
Molar Distalization has developed as one of the key components of non extraction treatment. It has to be used selectively in cases with dental rather than skeletal discrepancies. Over the years numerous appliances have been introduced for molar distalization all of which have different capabilities. The attempt of this book is to explain various appliances used for molar distalization in details (including Appliance design, how it works, their indications, contraindications and side effects) with more than 100 figures and 80 references. This book transmits basic information, clinical results of various studies and further offers even a window to the future of molar distalization. In the hands of the reader this book could provide an useful tool for the exploration of the application of information, knowledge and belief to molar distalization in orthodontics.
The book describes teeth development and components with classification of canal configurations. Different methods of studying of root canal morphology were illustrated and compared. Followed by detailed description of root canal morphology of individual tooth with concentration on third molar. There has been little published work about root and canal morphology of third molar in the dental literature and no published work conducted on Jordanian or Middle Eastern population. The aim of this monograph was to investigate root and canal morphology of third molar in a Jordanian population.