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The aim of the present study was to assess the effects of tooth-borne acrylic-bonded RME appliances with and without inclusion of the anterior teeth on the skeletal structures, dentoalveolar structures, and soft tissues.
Drescher, "Application and effectiveness of a mini-implant- and tooth-borne rapid palatal expansion device: the hybrid hyrax," World Journal of Orthodontics, vol.
It is assumed that the decrease of thickness of upper lip at the vermilion border can be a result of possible stretching of lip caused by greater skeletal expansion of the maxillary segment through bone-borne SARME compared to tooth-borne RME and SARME.
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.
Periodontal effects of rapid maxillary expansion with tooth-tissue-borne and tooth-borne expanders: A computed tomography evaluation.
(7,8) Most rapid maxillary expansion treatments employ fixed tooth-tissue-borne and tooth-borne expanders.
CBCT has been used in several studies for assessment of dental and skeletal effects of maxillary expansion (18, 19) and comparison of the periodontal, dentoalveolar, and skeletal effects of tooth-borne and tooth-bone-borne expansion devices (20), determining how expansion forces affect different regions of the maxilla (18).
The final restoration included a tooth-borne fixed partial denture from teeth 1.3 to 2.5 and from teeth 4.4 to 3.4 and one implant-supported fixed partial denture from implant 1.6 to 1.4.
Other investigators have examined the relationship of the subgingival tooth-borne accretions to signs of inflammation using the periodontal endoscope.