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In general, tissue-borne appliances such as Frankel produce less dental compensation than tooth-borne ones such as the Activator, Bionator, and Twin block.
The Bionator is a tooth-borne appliance developed in Germany by Wilhelm Balter in the early 1950s.
Therefore, the purpose of this CPG document is to provide: 1) guidelines for patient recall regimen, professional maintenance regimen, and at-home maintenance regimen for patients with tooth-borne restorations and 2) guidelines for patient recall regimen, professional maintenance regimen, and at-home maintenance regimen for patients with implantborne restorations.
10-13) Therefore, the aim of this prospective clinical study was to compare the effects of the tooth-tissue-borne and the tooth-borne expanders by analyzing occlusal radiographs before and after RME.
Other investigators have examined the relationship of the subgingival tooth-borne accretions to signs of inflammation using the periodontal endoscope.