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Presentation
Preface
Index
 

Vol. 35 - ALIGNMENT OF THE POSTERIOR SEGMENT OF THE DENTAL ARCH - Low friction appliances as an alternative to the use of miniscrews

GANDOLFINI M. - CASSI D. - MOLINARI L. - DI BLASIO A.

46 pages • 217 color illustrations

ISBN 978-88-7572-149-7

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The Authors

Prof. Mauro GANDOLFINI, MD, DDS
Postgraduate Specialty in Orthodontics - Associate Professor of Odontostomatology - Head – Academic Undergraduate Program in Dentistry – University of Parma


Dr. Diana CASSI, DDS
Postgraduate Specialty in Orthodontics - Assistant of Research, (2012-2013) – University of Parma - Ph.D. student – University of Turin


Dr. Lia MOLINARI, DDS
Postgraduate Specialty in Orthodontics - Private practice – Piacenza


Prof. Alberto DI BLASIO, MD, DDS
Postgraduate Specialty in Orthodontics - Assistant Professor of Odontostomatology – University of Parma

 

Presentation

Orthodontics, introduced in Italy in the 50s by some Masters such as Professors E. Muzi, G. May, O. Hoffer, has been able to develop over time with the first Italian study group of Orthodontics (GISO - 1967), with the Italian Society of Orthodontics (SIDO - 1968), with the first School of Specialization in Orthodontics, (Cagliari, 1973), then followed by the others, and finally with Academic Professorship specifications, and then with courses and Master’s degree, coming to be of interest from few initial pioneers to several thousand practitioners. From here the opportunity and the need of this series in which each work has a monographic character of various extension depending on the subject.

We tried to give much space to the iconography to facilitate use as text-atlas and to promote professional practice application. The text, always concise, was prepared with the maximum scientific and bibliographic rigor, and with a teaching and clinic approach, logical and valid. Being easy to consult, the user will take full advantage, with the intent of making the learning of this discipline easier.

With great satisfaction the editorial series dubbed five years ago the Silver Goal of the 25th issue, continuing expediently to new and fast goals, really unexpected when we timidly began with n. 1, back in 1996.

Certainly about all Italian Orthodontic University School and professionals with proven experience, which they promptly and enthusiastically joined the initiative, enriching it of monographs highly significant and important as they are committed to providing the best results in their specific research areas. Witness the broad consensus of participants and the satisfaction from readers, the accurate reviews and the always valid appreciation on major magazines.

It will be our task to further raise the level of selection of individual topics and publisher’s task to further improve the graphics and the extension, in the aim to offer practical texts, characterized by an easy and clear clinical application for the user and at the same time exhaustive on the specific topic. With the n. 32 the necklace has been enriched by an extraordinary event: it was printed simultaneously also in English, thanks to the foresight and courage of the dear Publisher Dr. Alfredo Martina.

It will be our task to invite the best foreign schools to participate henceforth the necklace and at the same time to spread abroad the validity of the research of Italian Orthodontic Schools.

We are now very proud to present the number 35 of the series curated by the School of Parma with a beautiful monograph on the alignment of the posterior area of the arches.

This is a topic that is of considerable interest both because it affects the end of an orthodontic treatment already long, or combined during the period of a normal therapy.

The long clinical experience of the authors makes possible to have both a clinical documentation of considerable usefulness for the users, both for the research and scientific documentation.

Established treatment goals, the authors present the various therapeutic methods.

First chapter contains the devices for the correction of abnormalities of position, in the axial direction, with the use of the vestibular arch or the various types of elastic or metal separators, the various types of compressed or distalizing springs, or finally with the use of the lingual Wilson arch.

Then are described various devices for corrections of anomalies of position in the transverse direction both for the crossbite and the scissor bite.

Interesting and precise the various methods described and in particular the one that illustrates the asymmetrical expansion by the use of modified Quad Helix.

Following numerous clinical cases with a great sequential documentation of practical and clinical utility. Monograph therefore to be recommended not only for the residents but for all the specialists, even those with considerable clinical professional experience, because they will find many small or large tips to improve or simplify and to get faster and more stable results over time.

To the Publisher Dr. Alfredo Martina still a praise and thanks to the inexhaustible energy and enthusiasm that he continues to lavish in his work, in order to further improve the necklace in his typographical and iconographic characteristics, and to have always been close to me with his wisdom in the most delicate moments and in the difficult decisions.

Prof. Alberto CAPRIOGLIO
Associate Professor and Chairman
Department of Orthodontics
University of Insubria
alberto.caprioglio@uninsubria.it

 

Prof. Damaso CAPRIOGLIO
Professor and Former Chairman
Department of Orthodontics
University of Parma
damaso.caprioglio@dentalchildren.net

Preface

I am very honored and moved by the privilege to present this monograph.

I started the series of Orthodontic Issues at the beginning of the 90’s with just a monograph of Professor Mauro Gandolfini.

In a short time an unpredictable success smiled enough to arrive at number 35 and in some years even with an English edition.

I was lucky to have the two main authors of this excellent monograph, professors Mauro Gandolfini and Alberto Di Blasio also as collaborators for 15 years when I was a teacher in Parma.

They’ve always been able to see three great qualities and advantages: first the scientific and methodological rigor in research, always leaning to the search for truth and to patiently look for the Evidence Based Dentistry.

Then the ethics and the correct clinical approach, motivated by a precision of application and controls in time on every single detail, always directly performing every step in their patient’s treatment.

Finally the wide helpfulness in teaching to their students every single scientific detail, on time and with a clarity almost unique.

For that reason they have always tried to limit the number of students to their courses and masters: in order to be able to give them the reliability, the safety and the power to grow, as is well demonstrated by the two co-authors of the monograph.

I’m so proud because since 2004, when I passed them the witness of the teaching, to date, not only they have been able to continue, but to improve, enhance and develop the teaching of our discipline both with research and with the excellence of their courses and masters.

Current issue focuses on a topic of considerable diagnostic difficulty and hard clinical approach, as already we have observed in the presentation.

I still want to emphasize that the real expert specialist in the diagnosis, must set very early a correct diagnosis, especially with a real attention for the early diagnosis, avoiding so serious drawbacks and long extensions of the therapy.

The present monograph will therefore be of great benefit for both the beginners and for all the specialists, to facilitate diagnosis and therapeutic approach to improve the clinical ability and then to avoid significant problems in time for the TMJ disorders, surgical problems and periodontal injuries.

Prof. Damaso CAPRIOGLIO
Professor and Former Chairman
Department of Orthodontics
University of Parma
damaso.caprioglio@dentalchildren.net

 

Index

INTRODUCTION

AETHIOLOGY

OBJECTIVES AND TIMING OF ORTHODONTIC TREATMENT

THERAPEUTIC METHODS

Appliances for the correction of position anomalies in an axial direction

a) Vestibular arch

b) Removal of the orthodontic band

c) Elastic separators

d) Metal spacers

e) Compression spring

f) Distalising spring

g) Occlusal cantilever contact

h) Wilson 3D® lingual arch

Appliances for the correction of position anomalies in a transverse direction (cross-bite and scissor bite)

a) Correction in the absence of occlusal contact

b) Correction in the presence of occlusal contact

c) Correction with criss-cross elastics

d) Asymmetric expansion with a modified Quad Helix

CONCLUSIONS

CLINICAL CASES

CLINICAL CASE 1

CLINICAL CASE 2

CLINICAL CASE 3

CLINICAL CASE 4

CLINICAL CASE 5

CLINICAL CASE 6

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