orthodontic movement


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orthodontic movement

Movement of teeth and bone produced by orthodontic appliances.
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There is controversy over the biological risk of orthodontic movement in immature apices.
Acceleration effect of orthodontic movement by application of low-intensity laser.
Our study has shown that the biomechanical parameters of orthodontic movement such as stress and initial displacements are highly dependent of the amount of bone loss and of the force application point.
Clinical assessment of injuries in orthodontic movement of impacted teeth.
The effectiveness of orthodontic movement involves the adequate interaction of factors related to the patient, mechanics, teeth and periodontal supporting structures.
In cases with less healthy bone level, a lower intensity of force can result in the same orthodontic movement as a case with better alveolar bone insertion and a stronger force applied.
Orthodontic movement of teeth occurs because of modifications in periodontal ligament and alveolar bone, triggered by forces that must be mild in order to avoid alterations in the supporting structures and the root, since the ligament is inserted in the tooth's outermost surface.
Interdisciplinancy orthodontic tooth movement can synchronize with tissue engineering principles of periodontal regenerative surgery to create rapid orthodontic movement and overcome its side effects.