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Growth-related occlusal changes are well documented in the orthodontic literature and provide essential clinical guidance. The biologic environment comprised skeletal, dental, and soft tissue...


Enamel is a homogenous structure composed primarily of inorganic matter, organized into hydroxy- apatite crystal prism bundles. It has two distinct layers: an outer ‘‘prismless’’ enamel layer...


Align Technology - a global medical device company that designs, manufactures, and distributes the Invisalign clear aligner system, iTero intraoral scanners, and exocad CAD / CAM software for digital...


Authors: Giovanni Bruno, Alberto De Stefani, Luca Mezzofranco, Giuliano Irlandese, Antonio Gracco

Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome (OSAS) is a chronic sleep respiratory disturbances (DRS) result from a completed (apnea) or partial (hypopnea) upper airways obstruction, most often at the...


Rapid maxillary expansion (RME) appliances are often used to treat transverse deficiencies in the maxilla since their introduction in the 1860s with both skeletal and dentoalvoelar effects.Rapid...


Authors: Marco Brady Bucci, Andrea Pase, Dario Brady Bucci

OBJECTIVESIn orthodontics, the evaluation and scheduling of the anchorage represent the crucial phase of the treatment, capable of often influencing the therapeutic result. The purpose of this work...


After correction of a malocclusion, there is a risk of recurrence both because unstable tooth movements have been made as part of orthodontic treatment, and because of other uncontrollable factors...


The Carriere Class II 3D Motion appliance (CMA; Henry Schein Orthodontics, Carlsbad, Calif), composed of nickel-free stainless steel formed via injection molding, consists of two bracket pads...


Since the introduction of the Straight Wire Appliance ™ in the 1970s ( Andrews, 1979 ) , there have been many suggested modifications to the tip and torque values used in preadjusted edgewise...


The treatment of palatal displaced canines (PDCs) is one of the most challenging treatments in orthodontic dental care. The invasive and long-lasting treatment often requires interceptive extraction...


Authors:Ludovica Brotto, Andrea Abate, Davide Cavagnetto, Andrea Fama, Danilo Lucarelli, Luca Esposito

The aim of this narrative review is to perform a narrative review and analize the available literature on the clinical outcomes of a particular appliance for slow maxillary expansion that consists in...


The most important goals of orthodontic treatment are esthetic and functional improvement. In addition to esthetic correction, orthodontic treatment can enhance the quality of a patient's life by...


In the era of COVID, the use of remote work practices and therefore also remote medical consultation had a very strong impulse, due to the need to minimize the opportunities for contact.Even in...


Authors: BRUNO Giovanni, DE STEFANI Alberto, DI FIORE Adolfo, GIACCAGLIA Francesca, MAZZOLENI Sergio, STELLINI Edoardo, GRACCO Antonio

Traumatic Dental Injuries represent a major public health problem, potentially affecting growth, function and aesthetics of the entire orofacial district and impacting oral-health-related quality of...


Authors: Elena Bazzini, Silvia Bagatta, Stefano Cattaneo, Giovanna Garattini

The aim of this article is to estabilish that bicortically placed miniscrews can preserve bone density and morphology of the alveolar process, in a growing patient with agenesis of a lateral...


In the latest issue of European Journal of Orthodontics (February 2021) an article about the prevalence, distribution and age at clinical detection of missing permanent incisors was published, with...


the procedure of warping, usually and interchangeably called morphing, elicit profile aesthetic preferences in orthodontic patients using the most common cephalometric softwares. It’s a method...


In the latest issue (February 2021) of The Angle Orthodontist an article was published about temporomandibular disorders in prospective orthodontic patients: their association with malocclusion...


Authors: Impellizzeri A., Horodynski M., Serritella E., Romeo U., Barbato E., Galluccio G.

The aim of this study is to evaluate three-dimensionally the dental movement of impacted palatally canines, following an opercolectomy performed by laser. We also monitored patients with both digital...


Authors:Alessandra Putrino, Maria Rosaria Abed, Ersilia Barbato, Gabriella Galluccio

the procedure of warping, usually and interchangeably called morphing, elicit profile aesthetic preferences in orthodontic patients using the most common cephalometric softwares. It’s a method...


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