Provides the newest information on all aspects of using temporary anchorage devices in clinical orthodontics, from diagnosis and treatment getting to appliances and applications
Written by a number of the world’s leading experts in orthodontics, Temporary Anchorage Devices in Clinical Orthodontics may be a comprehensive, up-to-date reference that covers all aspects of temporary anchorage device (TAD) use in contemporary orthodontics. Taking a real-world approach to the topic , it covers topics starting from diagnosis and treatment getting to the various applications and management of complications. Case studies demonstrate the concepts, and high-quality clinical photographs support the text throughout.
The book begins with an summary of clinical applications and fundamental principles of TADs. It then goes on to hide biomechanical considerations for controlling target tooth movement with TADs. Biomechanical simulations for various clinical scenarios treated with TADs are addressed next, followed by an examination of histological aspects during the healing process and anatomical considerations with TADs. Other chapters cover: Class II Correction with TADs, Distalization with TADs, TAD-anchored Maxillary Protraction, Maxillary Expansion with TADs, Anterior Open Bite Correction with TADs, TAD-assisted Aligner Therapy, TADs vs. Orthognathic Surgery; Legal Considerations When Using TADs; and far more.