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Describing paper with rough texture, which makes the paper able to receive ink more easily.
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Otherwise it leads to undue strain, which limits the tooth movement Other Should maintain the desirable properties for extended period of time after manufacture.
Inhibitory effect of topical administration of a bisphosphonate (risedronate) on root resorption incident to orthodontic tooth movement in rats.
I'm trying to train the profession to think that way--panic less about tooth movement and think more about what the treatment is doing for the sleep-disordered breathing," continued Dr.
Magnetic forces have been used in orthodontics for both tooth movement (2-5) and orthopaedic correction (6-10) with varying degrees of success.
Following are sections on restorative tooth movement, establishment of maintainable periodontal tissue, and prosthetic treatment and improvement of the oral environment.
Rinchuse, DJ "Active tooth movement with Essix-based appliances.
One of the most transformative orthodontic innovations in more than 15 years, AcceleDent is an FDA-cleared, Class II medical device that speeds orthodontic tooth movement by as much as 50 percent.
AcceleDent Aura's exclusive SoftPulse Technology (TM) generates gentle micropulses that safely accelerate bone remodeling shown to accelerate tooth movement by up to 50 percent.
Passive interaction [12] is the term used where the forces are intermittent and correspond to the biology of tooth movement.
The evaluation of tooth movement is crucial in achieving the goals of orthodontic treatment.
The second half of the text addresses mechanotherapy in specific detail with regard to various types of predictable tooth movement.
Raintree Essix is the brand leader for specialty plastic sheets used in retainers and in Minor Tooth Movement (MTM) orthodontic treatment, as well as other accessories for the orthodontic market.