orthodontic wire


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orthodontic wire

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Splinting was performed with orthodontic wire after disoccluding 11 and the patient was recalled after 2 weeks.
These wires contain more amount of carbon content that is up to 10 times higher than that in a standard stainless steel orthodontic wire (up to 0.
the probability of orthodontic wire not completely seating during corrections involving torque or speed and
Since, for the clinician, sometimes it is very difficult to select the proper orthodontic wires, the purpose of our study was to review the material elastic properties of the wires used in orthodontic practice.
Early bonded fixed retainers were made with plain round or rectangular orthodontic wires, but Zachrisson (13) proposed the potential advantages for the use of multistranded wire and their construction.
It indicates the amount of energy stored in an orthodontic wire before it is plastically deformed.
The outcome of treatment is particularly dependent upon the action of the orthodontic wires, according to their structural and mechanical characteristics.
The ASTICS[R] retainers are made from the same revolutionary material as SimpliClear[TM] orthodontic wires.
We shared how the orthodontic market is being revolutionized with the release of the world's first clear orthodontic wire (www.
Orthodontic brackets (GAC International) were placed on the teeth and activated by an orthodontic wire (0.
The 46 papers selected for the August 2011 conference test the properties of nickel titanium orthodontic wires, metallic glass particle reinforced aluminum matrix composites, edible composite protein films, a double angular milling head, and tantalum coating film deposited on cemented carbide.