Systemized Orthodontic Treatment MechanicsBy
- Richard McLaughlin, BS, DDS, Orthodontist, San Diego, CA, Clinical Professor, Department of Orthodontics, University of Southern California, School of Dentistry, Los Angeles, CA
- John Bennett, FDS, RCS, Orthodontist in private practice, London, UK
- Hugo Trevisi, DDS, Orthodontist, Presidente Prudente, Brazil
This new, up-to-date resource focuses on correcting malocclusion or misalignment of the teeth using the preadjusted orthodontic appliance, widely accepted as the most reliable and effective appliance in orthodontics. Extensively illustrated with line diagrams and color photographs, it serves as a practical manual of clinical procedures for orthodontists with clear coverage of each stage of treatment.
Dentists, dental students
Hardbound, 336 Pages
- A brief history and overview of treatment mechanics. Appliance specifications the variations and versatility. Bracket positioning and case set-up. Archform. Anchorage control during tooth leveling and aligning. Arch leveling and overbite control. An overview of Class II treatment. An overview of Class III treatment. Space closure. Finishing the case. Appliance removal and retention protocols.