Stability of magnetic versus mechanical palatal expansion.

@article{Vardimon1989StabilityOM,
  title={Stability of magnetic versus mechanical palatal expansion.},
  author={Alexander Dan Vardimon and Tom M Graber and Larissa R{\^e}go Voss},
  journal={European journal of orthodontics},
  year={1989},
  volume={11 2},
  pages={107-15}
}
Spatial stability following palatal expansion (PE) treatment was studied longitudinally on 8 Macaca fascicularis monkeys. The sample was divided into short-term and long-term groups. The four subjects in each group received: (1) an indirect screw (IS) PE appliance (F = 2035 g), (2) an indirect magnetic (IM) PE appliance (F = 258 g and 360 g), (3) a direct magnetic (DM) PE appliance (F = 258 g and 360 g) and (4) a sham appliance. The terms direct and indirect describe force transmission directly… CONTINUE READING

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