Arch expansion in orthodontics 1 o a number of slow expansion techniques were employed by early dental practitioners like fauchard 1728 bourdet 1757 fox 1803 delabarre 1819 robinson 1846 white 1859 the amount of sutural opening was equal to or less than one half the amount of dental arch expansion he also found that . Fig 11 case 2 31 year old female patient with severe skeletal and dental class iii malocclusion and unilateral crossbite before treatment fig 12 case 2 after six weeks of initial leveling and alignment upper 014 x 025 cu nitanium 27c archwire engaged carriere class iii motion appliance bonded in mandibular arch and class iii . Clinical focus the only orthodontic journal focusing on the clinical side of the specialty exclusive nationwide studies of both practice economics and treatment methods please contact heatherjco onlinecom for any changes to your account. The effect of dental arch on the maxillary base diminishes as age advances so surgically assisted expansion techniques can be considered indications of surgical expansion are slow maxillary expansion a clinical study of the skeletal versus dental response to low magnitude force. A series of corresponding arch wires is also provided to work in conjunction with the customized brackets to maximize efficient tooth movement the tools and techniques for modern orthodontic treatment are constantly evolving and the progressive orthodontic study club dr graham is a contributing editor for both the journal of
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