Accelerated Orthodontics–An overview

@inproceedings{Unnam2018AcceleratedOO,
  title={Accelerated Orthodontics–An overview},
  author={Deepthi Unnam and Gowri Sankar Singaraju and Prasad Mandava and Reddy Gv and Mallineni Sk and Sailavanya Nuvvula},
  year={2018}
}
Orthodontic treatment is the reorganization of skeletal and/or dental tissues. Prolonged treatment duration is one of the main concerns of patients undergoing with fixed orthodontics. This extended orthodontic treatment in such particular cases has several drawbacks to the patients such as increased predisposition to root resorption, dental caries and gingival recession, etc. Consequently, researchers introduced few methods to accelerate the velocity of the tooth movement without any drawbacks… CONTINUE READING

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