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Conclusions
In general, the first prototype of this novel device
demonstrates good promise to the orthodontic profession.
The initial safety and efficacy studies conducted in this
initial study demonstrated positive results and have the
potential of being an alternative to a surgical approach.8
The following conclusions can be made within the
limits of the study:
• The rates of movement of teeth during orthodontic
treatment was accelerated with the use of the device
• The subject compliance with the use of the device
was 67%
• The acceptance of and compliance with the device
was high.

 

Vibrations - Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT)

The clinical evaluation of a novel cyclical
force generating device in orthodontics
Chung How Kau, Jennifer T Nguyen, and Jeryl D English report the results of
their study

Discussion
The application of these cyclical
forces induces accelerated remodeling of alveolar bone,
thereby enabling accelerated tooth movement. In a series
of rabbit experiments (N=24), Mao demonstrated that
cyclical forces applied at 2 N and with frequencies of 0.2
and 1 Hz for 20 minutes daily provided in conjunction
with typical static orthodontic forces provided 24-hours
per day induced increased cranial growth, sutural
separation, and proliferation of osteoblast-like cells.

 

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osteogenesis

Nearly Infrared

Effects of low-level laser therapy on orthodontic tooth movement
and root resorption after artificial socket preservation


Massoud Seifi 1, Faezeh Atri2, Mohammad Masoud Yazdani3
1Department of Orthodontics, Dental School, Laser Application in Medical Sciences Research Center, Shahid Beheshti University of Medical
Sciences, 2Department of Prosthodontics, Dental School, Tehran University of Medical Science, 3Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery,
Dental School, Islamic Azad University of Medical Science, Tehran, Iran

Infrared Frequency: 808 nm

Conclusion: The laser beam irradiation
in combination with alloplastic materials used for socket preservation could reduce the degree of
root resorption significantly.

 

 

 

 

Ravi Nanda BDS; MDS; PhD

OCTOBER 5, 2018 - CORPORATE COLLEGE CONFERENCE CENTER

Acceleration of Orthodontic Tooth Movement: Possibilities and Limitations
This is currently a hot subject in orthodontics. Numerous methods and technologies have been proposed and investigated. At our University of Connecticut we have several ongoing clinical and animal experiments (corticision, vibration, piezocision and LIPUS) in progress. This presentation will discuss results of some of these studies and current literature.

 

Conclusions
In general, the first prototype of this novel device
demonstrates good promise to the orthodontic profession.
The initial safety and efficacy studies conducted in this
initial study demonstrated positive results and have the
potential of being an alternative to a surgical approach.8
The following conclusions can be made within the
limits of the study:
• The rates of movement of teeth during orthodontic
treatment was accelerated with the use of the device
• The subject compliance with the use of the device
was 67%
• The acceptance of and compliance with the device
was high.

 

Vibrations - Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT)

The clinical evaluation of a novel cyclical
force generating device in orthodontics
Chung How Kau, Jennifer T Nguyen, and Jeryl D English report the results of
their study

Discussion
The application of these cyclical
forces induces accelerated remodeling of alveolar bone,
thereby enabling accelerated tooth movement. In a series
of rabbit experiments (N=24), Mao demonstrated that
cyclical forces applied at 2 N and with frequencies of 0.2
and 1 Hz for 20 minutes daily provided in conjunction
with typical static orthodontic forces provided 24-hours
per day induced increased cranial growth, sutural
separation, and proliferation of osteoblast-like cells.