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Max Molar Intrusion With Implants

Description:
The utilization of mini-orthodontic implants to intrude over-erupted molars is displayed. This features correct placement location of the mini-screws as well as a suggested orthodontic anchorage mechanism to institute movement.

Date Added:
6/29/2007

Author(s):

Maurice Salama, DMD Maurice Salama, DMD
Dr. Maurice A. Salama completed his undergraduate studies at the State University of New York at Binghamton in 1985, where he received his BS in Biology. Dr. Salama r...
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Questions & Comments
Dr. Evelyn Aldama-Espinosa - (2/11/2018 9:49 AM)

Thank professor Salama

kevin potocsky - (12/11/2013 3:36 PM)

you said to bond a bracket to the metal band? which bond is best to use?

Maurice Salama - (7/13/2013 11:49 AM)

Thanks for the comment. Dr. Salama

Maurice Salama - (11/21/2011 11:49 AM)

Alexander; Yes, PAOO type corticotomies would be helpful to assist in movement. Good idea. Dr. Salama

Alexander Villar - (11/20/2011 5:28 PM)

Alex Villar Dr. Salama. What is your opinion in possibly adding buccal/palatal corticotomy to the the intrusion? Would it decrease intrusion time? Thanks.

Hanna Marcinowska - (11/22/2010 6:02 AM)

Thank you very much for your reply.

Maurice Salama - (11/17/2010 12:15 PM)

Hanna; Many thanks. I have intruded 2 molars simultaneously but it requires more anchorage. Your best bet would be titanium plates for such movements rather than TADS that were highlighted here.
These plates require a surgical procedure to place and remove and are secured to the lateral maxillary wall.
good luck
Dr. Salama

Hanna Marcinowska - (11/17/2010 6:31 AM)

Dr.Salama, Have you ever intrude both upper molar together?

Maurice Salama - (5/5/2010 5:53 PM)

Dr. Kumar;
Thanks. 1. The time frame for molar intrusion is roughly 8-10 months.
2. It is not difficult for patient to manage with palatal TADS.
Your creativity with tooth movement mechanics is increased dramatically with TADS.
good luck
Dr. S

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