corticotomy


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corticotomy

removal of a piece of bone cortex, leaving the intramedullary blood supply intact.
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1,2,5,6 The endoscopic approach requires a smaller opening and corticotomy, and arguably, offers much better visualization.
The basic principle of Ilizarov technique is the use of a percutaneous corticotomy that minimizes trauma to the periosteum and preserves the blood supply of the bone marrow and periosteum [15].
A corticotomy was done to enhance healing of nonunion when the vascularity of the ends of the bones was questionable.
A small corticotomy was created and a Cushing's trocar was inserted into the clot looking for the distance between the cortical surface and the most proximal part of the clot, this measurement was estimated from the preoperative CT scan.
Traditional orthodontic therapy typically takes longer duration of time to achieve desired results and in present day scenario where patients are eager to get their orthodontic treatment completed as early as possible, corticotomy procedure also known as Periodontally Accelerated Osteogenic Orthodontics (PAOO) fastens the treatment time when compared to traditional orthodontic therapy.
To avoid this problem Ortiz-Monasterio in his series of seven patients did an incomplete Le Fort I osteotomy simultaneously with mandibular corticotomy.
Selective alveolar corticotomy to intrude overerupted molars.
Corticotomy and tissue Engeneering for Orthodontists: A critical history and commentary.
The use of gene therapy vs corticotomy surgery in accelerating tooth movement.
Hwang and Lee intruded over-erupted posterior teeth by corticotomy and magnets (37).
Therefore, all patients with DNS were recommended to get X-rayed or make a corticotomy of additional bosoms of a nose.
Other areas addressed include cleft lip and palate; obstructive sleep apnea; infections affecting the oral cavity; pediatric dentistry; endodontics; prosthodontics; treatment in patients requiring orthognathic surgery; the role of biomedical engineers in orthodontic appliances; tissue engineering; corticotomy and stem cell therapy; the use of lasers; implant orthodontics; temporomandibular dysfunction; and treatment for the special needs child.