Tag: Orthodontics

Re-establishing a physiologic vertical dimension for an overclosed patient

The term neuromuscular occlusion has become associated with certain limited methodologies that are used to obtain a muscle-compatible occlusal relationship. In reality, there are several different approaches that can be used to determine a “neuromuscular” maxillo-mandibular relationship, even with a fully edentulous case.

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Short term orthodontics training with Quick Straight Teeth

General dentists, their patients and profits would benefit from introducing simple orthodontics into their practice. Nearly half of all adults feel that their smile could do with some improvement, and many of these would consider orthodontics to achieve this.

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Nu-Edge self-ligating brackets

TP Orthodontics has added Nu-Edge® Self-Ligating metal bracket with passive mechanics to their product line up. Nu-Edge SL brackets offer several distinct features over competitor self-ligating brackets.

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Jasper Vektor Class II Corrector Appliance

The Jasper Vektor appliance offers the most innovative, comfortable and efficient solution for Class II correction. Other common fixed appliances on the market tend to produce linear forces that result in frequent failure, unwanted tipping and patient discomfort.

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How does your practice rate in orthodontics?

Short term orthodontics is a rapidly changing area of dentistry and as with all emerging fields, understanding the trends, obstacles and benefits is imperative to be able to provide maximum patient care.

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