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1, 2) Tooth movement with fixed appliances creates constant and continuous forces allowing bone remodeling with no apparent deleterious effects, (3) according to the theory of presion-tension, (4) which states that reabsorption occurs in the area of pressure and apposition in the tension zone.
sup][9],[10] Some studies including clinical orthodontic treatment and experimental tooth movement (ETM) to compare the emotional status before and after tooth movement show positive outcomes.
The upper and lower arches remain fully accessible for orthodontic tooth movements.
This movement is supposed to counteract the lingual root movement so that a bodily buccal tooth movement is produced.
The relation of the translatory agonistic tooth movement and changes in tooth inclination may be assessed after the performed extraction of the first permanent molars since the consequences of extraction depend on the individual biological reaction of the tissue and present an individual reaction to the conditions governing this stadium of development [6].
These micro-osteoperforations harness the body's own biological response and increase the rate of tooth movement thereby reducing treatment time.
It is mainly aimed at patients who need treatments based on minor tooth movement or treatments of relapse in incisors and canines.
An ideal force is the one that produces rapid tooth movement without damage to the teeth or periodontal tissues.
Cytokine expression pattern in compression and tension sides of the periodontal ligament during orthodontic tooth movement in humans.