edgewise appliance

edge·wise ap·pli·ance

a fixed, multibanded orthodontic appliance using an attachment bracket the slot of which receives a rectangular archwire horizontally, which gives precise control of tooth movement in all three planes of space.

edgewise appliance

a fixed orthodontic appliance whose attachment brackets have a rectangular slot that engages a round or rectangular arch wire. The most widely prescribed orthodontic appliance, it is used to correct or improve malocclusion.

edge·wise ap·pli·ance

(ejwīz ă-plīăns)
A fixed, multibanded orthodontic appliance using an attachment bracket the slot of which receives a rectangular archwire horizontally, which gives precise control of tooth movement in all three planes of space.

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Stability of Class II, division 1 treatment with the headgear-activator combination followed by the edgewise appliance.
Maxillary arch was bonded using straight wire edgewise appliance system and 0.
Hanson, The SPEED system: A report on the development of a new edgewise appliance, Am J Orthod, 78(3), 243- 265(1980).
2- Sectional fixed Preadjusted Edgewise appliance to procline the upper labial segment
4- Upper and lower Preadjusted Edgewise appliances with an MBT prescription and an 0.
Treatment plan included extraction of 14, 24, 34, 44 followed by banding of Banding of I and II molars and bonding of remaining teeth using pre adjusted edgewise appliance 0.
Profile changes following orthodontic correction of bimaxillary protrusion with a preadjusted edgewise appliance, Int.
28 Tan TJ, Profile changes following orthodontic correction of bimaxillary protrusion with a preadjusted edgewise appliance, Int J Adult Orthodon Orthognath Surg.
These cases were earlier managed to reasonable extent using edgewise appliance (1,2) and later with Begg's appliance.
Magnets can also be used to edgewise appliances to move teeth along the arch wires, to provide class-II traction and to extrude or intrude an individual teeth: Using repelling magnets maxillary molars can be moved distally In conjunction with a modified Nance appliance (38).