lingual arch attachment

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lin·gual arch at·tach·ment

(linggwăl ahrch ă-tachmĕnt)
Bracket on the lingual side of an orthodontic band that stabilizes the arch or aids in tooth movement.
Synonym(s): lingual appliance.
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For 3M's and 3Shape's joint customers, the cooperation will enable use of the 3Shape TRIOS scanner and 3Shape indirect bonding software with 3M's Incognito lingual appliance system, the Clarity ADVANCED brackets with APC Flash Free technology for indirect bonding procedures, as well as future orthodontic product offerings.
For 3Ms and 3Shapes joint customers, the cooperation will enable use of the 3Shape TRIOS scanner and 3Shape indirect bonding software with 3Ms Incognito lingual appliance system, the Clarity ADVANCED brackets with APC Flash Free technology for indirect bonding procedures, as well as future orthodontic product offerings.
Sistema CLASS (Custom Lingual Appliance Set-up Service).
Service's rapid manufacturing process, from treatment planning to shipment of the lingual appliance, takes only 10 to 15 days.
The 2017 Incognito System Users Meeting demonstrated again the accuracy and state-of-the-art physiological outcomes using the Incognito lingual appliance in daily routine practices.
The lingual appliance system allows both arches to be treated simultaneously, while maintaining the effects of the splint.
The distal jet (Figure 1) is a fixed lingual appliance that can produce bilateral or unilateral molar distali-zation in permanent as well as mixed dentition.
The manufacturing process of the new appliance differs fundamentally from any other lingual appliance or laboratory procedures.
Recent developments incorporated into the third edition include pitfalls in appliance design and management, fixed Twin Blocks, fixed functional appliances, treating sleep apnea, breathe easy Twin Blocks, TransForce lingual appliances, and reverse Twin Blocks.
Previous studies have shown that treating periodontal patients with lingual appliances requires specific considerations in the biomechanical approach.
New to the second edition are five chapters on incisor root resorption, lingual appliances, and wider application of orthodontic implants.