Lingual orthodontic appliances: invisible braces.

@article{Muir1991LingualOA,
  title={Lingual orthodontic appliances: invisible braces.},
  author={James Cameron Muir},
  journal={The New Zealand dental journal},
  year={1991},
  volume={87 388},
  pages={57-9}
}
Lingual orthodontics is a relatively new method of delivering orthodontic treatment. These appliances may be used on any patient, but they have a special application for that small group of adult patients who need orthodontic treatment but refuse to accept the appearance of conventional appliances. The technique is difficult to manage and should be used only by experienced orthodontists. Although the patients may experience difficulties, these are usually adequately compensated for by the… CONTINUE READING

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