1001 tips for orthodontics and its secrets by Esequiel E. Rodriguez Yanez ; Coauthors, Larry White ... [et

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Journal of Clinical Orthodontic. November 1979. Pp. 762-766: Mulligan, T. Common sense mechanics . Part VI. Journal of Clinical Orthodontic. February 1980. Pp. 98-103. Mulligan, T. Common sense mechanics. Part VII. Journal of Clinical Orthodontic. March 1980. Pp. 180-189. Mulligan, T. Common sense mechanics. Part IX. Journal of Clinical Orthodontic. May 1980. Pp. 336-342. Mulligan, T. Common sense mechanics. Part X. Journal of Clinical Orthodontic. June 1980. Pp. 412-416. Nanda, R. Biomecanica en ortodoncia clinica.

3. We have to bear in mind that before we tie back the NiTi arch wire we must flame the ends. This way it will lose its resilience and will be bent with precision. (16) If the bend is not made correctly, lacerations and ulcers can occur in the oral mucosa. We could debond the molar tube if we were not careful enough when making the bend. More than necessary anchorage loss if we do not have a strict appointment control. the tie back of the lower arch wire is recommended in Class III patients with the use of Class III elastics, in order to prevent prodination of the anteroinferiar segment.

Fig. 12. Root size and form. The necessary force to move a tooth is related to the root area and the quantity of movement permitted: this is called "affronted root surface'; described by Dr. Ricketts. (23) The optimal force is the one that produces dental movement without collateral adverse effects (root resoption). -:-::j • • • • • Lower lateral incisor.............................. 25 grams. Lower canine ........................................... 75 grams. First lower premolar..............................

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