By Ashok Karad
Scientific Orthodontics: present thoughts, ambitions and Mechanics, now in its moment version, specializes in the medical facets of paintings and technology of orthodontics. The publication basically centres round modern remedy rules and methods, and redefines orthodontic remedy objectives according to the present knowing of the technological know-how. more moderen therapy equipment are highlighted with independent remedy method of produce top quality effects.
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3. POST-TREATMENT CRANIOFACIAL GROWTH In this chapter, the discussion on craniofacial growth so far has been related to actively growing individuals who constitute a large portion of the average orthodontic patient population. However, a portion of growth that usually occurs after orthodontic treatment can influence the long-term stability of a treated case. Therefore, for comprehensive and successful treatment of the growing child, every clinician should have knowledge about this ‘terminal growth’ of the craniofacial complex.
Post-treatment mandibular rotation, expressed by decreased SN–MP angle and lingual movement of lower incisor teeth, contribute to the overbite relapse and Knowledge on changes in the dentofacial complex as a result of ageing process is crucial to modern orthodontic diagnosis and treatment planning and should be of significant value to all orthodontists. The study by Behrents26 involving 113 untreated individuals from 17 to 83 years of age provided comprehensive data on the subject. In his study, the subjects from the age of 17–41 years (young adulthood) maintained their craniofacial patterns — Class II individuals grew as Class II individuals, and Class III individuals grew as Class III individuals.
A) Deep mentolabial sulcus. (B) Normal mentolabial sulcus. (C) Shallow mentolabial sulcus. 20 Clinical Orthodontics is suggestive of hyperactive mentalis. This may cause retroclination of mandibular incisors. Another important factor that needs to be considered during an examination of facial profile is the determination of facial height. An increased or a decreased lower facial height, identified as long and short faces, presents the ultimate challenge to the orthodontist. The malocclusions that are associated with these distinct facial types are some of the most difficult treatment problems.
Clinical Orthodontics: Current Concepts, Goals and Mechanics by Ashok Karad