Mini-Implants in Orthodontics - UTOLSÓ PÉLDÁNYOK!!! (a készlet erejéig)
Ludwig, Björn/Baumgaertel, Sebastian/Bowman, S. Jay

Mini-Implants in Orthodontics - UTOLSÓ PÉLDÁNYOK!!! (a készlet erejéig)
Innovative Anchorage Concepts

Kiadás éve: 2008
Oldalszám: 204 oldal, 477 színes kép
Nyelv: Angol
Szakterületek: implantológia fogszabályozás

Rendelési szám: 13901

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A silent revolution in mechanotherapy began in 1945, with the first attempts to use mini-implants to solve the nagging problem of stable, predictable anchorage. It was to be 50 years however, until various methods of skeletal anchorage received serious attention. As things stand today, of all the "maximum anchorage" options, mini-implants are increasingly the method of choice in day-to-day clinical orthodontics. Due to their size, simplicity, reliability, and safety, the use of mini-screws clearly is an idea whose time has come.

This textbook was designed to be a practical and theoretical vade mecum for the clinical use of orthodontic implants. Relevant information on mini-screw selection and insertion in various clinical situations is presented in a clear, readily-accessible format. By way of clinical examples, solutions to specific orthodontic problems are presented as standardized concepts that can easily be incorporated into everyday practice. Illustration of the required procedures, indications and contraindications, potential risks, clinical problem solving, and advice on establishing routine protocols in daily practice, complete this comprehensive volume.

The editors have years of clinical experience. They have forged an international reputation that has enabled them to identify and recruit a panel of collaborators whose expertise complements their own. Together, these workers have crafted a book that provides an extensive, authoritative, and eminently practical survey of orthodontic implantology. For those who want to do more than just end up wherever the appliance of the day happens to leave them, this book is a revelation.