Now showing items 1-5 of 5
Periodontal effects and survival rates of different mandibular retainers: comparison of bonding technique and wire thickness
Objectives: This non-randomized prospective cohort study aimed to compare the periodontal effects and success rates of mandibular canine-to-canine fixed retainers having different bonding techniques and wire thicknesses. ...
Cone Beam Computed Tomography in Orthodontics
Orthodontists treat malocclusions by applying three-dimensional forces. For years, the diagnosis of this three-dimensional condition and the related treatment plan has been based on two-dimensional imaging. Lateral and ...
Relationship between alveolar bone thickness, tooth root morphology, and sagittal skeletal pattern: A cone beam computed tomography study
PurposeThe goal of this work was to examine the relationship between sagittal facial pattern and thickness of alveolar bone in conjunction with root morphology of teeth by using cone beam computed tomography (CBCT).MethodsThe ...
Fixed Orthodontic Retainers: A Review
Orthodontic retention is defined as maintaining teeth in optimal aesthetic and functional position after treatment. Despite the necessity of retention phase and the factors influencing the stability of the teeth after ...
Appraisal of the relationship between tooth inclination, dehiscence, fenestration, and sagittal skeletal pattern with cone beam computed tomography
Objectives: To examine the relationship between sagittal facial pattern and dehiscence/fenestration presence in conjunction with buccolingual tooth inclination by using cone beam computed tomography. Materials and ...