Bone-borne distractor versus tooth-borne distractor for orthodontic distraction after surgical maxillary expansion: The patient's point of view.

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INTRODUCTION Orthodontic distraction after surgical maxillary expansion is a mode of treatment regularly used in the context of transverse maxillary constriction. There is, however, no consensus in the literature as to the type of distractor (bone-borne or tooth-borne) that should be used. PATIENTS AND METHOD This retrospective study compared orthodontic… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.ortho.2016.03.013

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@article{Garreau2016BoneborneDV, title={Bone-borne distractor versus tooth-borne distractor for orthodontic distraction after surgical maxillary expansion: The patient's point of view.}, author={{\'E}milie Garreau and Julie Bouscaillou and Simon Rattier and Jo{\"e}l Ferri and Gw{\'e}na{\"e}l Raoul}, journal={International orthodontics}, year={2016}, volume={14 2}, pages={214-32} }