orthodontic movement


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orthodontic movement

Movement of teeth and bone produced by orthodontic appliances.
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Influence of low-level laser on the speed of orthodontic movement. Photomed Laser Surg 2011; 29:191-6.
Velasquez-Cujar, "Acceleration effect of orthodontic movement by application of lowintensity laser," Journal of Oral Laser Applications, vol.
The purpose of this review is to identify the biochemical markers present in the gingival crevicular fluid and their relevance to identify the growth phase and as well analyze the expression of the biomarkers during the orthodontic movement in children and young subjects.
There is controversy over the biological risk of orthodontic movement in immature apices.
The obtained results can be used to determine magnitude of a load for orthodontic tooth movement resulting in the optimal stresses [29], as well as to simulate bone remodeling on the basis of changes of stresses and strains in the PDL during orthodontic movement [4, 23].
Bakhiet, "Orthodontic movement induces high numbers of cells expressing IFN-[gamma] at mRNA and protein levels," Journal of Interferon and Cytokine Research, vol.
During orthodontic movement, several proinflammatory mediators are synthesized and released, especially cytokines and prostaglandins, playing an important role in bone remodeling.
(14.) Knop LA, Shintcovsk RL, Retamoso LB, et al.Nonsteroidal and steroidal anti-inflamatory use in the context of orthodontic movement. Eur J Orthod.
Pressure resulting from orthodontic movement can be the cause.
The importance of initial displacements is related to the desired orthodontic movement and in preventing unwanted rotational effects.