Fixed appliances treatment and bonding in orthodontics

Fixed appliances treatment and bonding in orthodontics

Genre: eLearning | MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: aac, 44100 Hz
Language: English | VTT | Size: 1.13 GB | Duration: 3 section | 7 lectures | (2h 52m)
What you'll learn
Advantages and limitations of fixed appliances
Components of the fixed appliances
History of fixed appliances
Types of brackets
Parts of the bracket. Modification of slot dimension. Ligation of the brackets. Auxiliary features. Archwires. Fixed expansion arches
Bonding Procedure. Tips on placing brackets in different cases
Treatment stages: Leveling and Aligning. Working Stage. Finishing Stage
Requirements
Interested in becoming an orthodontic specialist
Description
This course will take you from zero to hero of the following orthodontic topics: Contemporary fixed appliances and Bonding in orthodontics.
Here are the main headlines that this course covers:
Contemporary fixed appliances
1. Advantages and limitations of fixed appliances
2. History of fixed appliances
2.1 Edgewise appliance
2.2 Light wire appliance
2.3 The readjusted appliance
Roth
MBT
Lingual appliances
3. Components of the fixed appliances
4. Types of brackets
4.1. Metal brackets
- Stainless steel brackets
- Cobalt chromium brackets
- Titanium Brackets
- Plastic Brackets
- Ceramic Brackets
- Individually Customized Brackets
5. Part of a bracket
5.1 Bracket slot
5.2 Type of bends for three-dimensional tooth movements
First order bends
Second order bends
Third order bends
5.3 Modification of slot dimension
Advantages and disadvantages of 0.022 slot
Advantages and disadvantages of 0.018 slot
6. Morphology of the brackets
6.1 Single slot brackets
6.2 Twin bracket
7. Slot modifications to reduce friction
8. Ligation of the brackets
8.1 Self-ligating brackets
8.2 Tie lings of the brackets
9. Auxiliary features
9.1 Power arms
9.2 Accessary slots
10. Archwires
10.1 Physical properties of an archwire
10.2 Archwire materials
10.3 Other auxiliaries
10.4 Palatal and lingual arches
11. Fixed expansion arches
11.1 Quad helix
11.2 Hyrax
12. Fixed Appliance for distalization
12.1 Pendulum
12.2 Distal Jet
12.3 Veltri distalizer
12.4 Belussi Distalizer
Bonding in orthodontics
1. Bonding Procedure
1.1 Cleaning
1.2 Enamel conditioning
1.3 Sealing
1.4 Positioning
1.5 Bonding
1.6 Banding of molars
1.7 Bonding to crowns
1.8 Bonding to amalgam
1.9 Bonding to composite restorations
2. Indirect Bonding
3. Instruments used in orthodontics
4. Bracket positioning chart
5. Ideal arch form
5.1 The tapered arch form
5.2 The square arch form
5.3 The ovoid arch form
6. Tips on placing brackets in different cases
7. Treatment stages
7.1 Stage 1: Leveling and Aligning
7.2 Stage 2: Working Stage
7.3 Stage 3: Finishing Stage
Who this course is for:
General dentists and post-graduate students
Dental students

Fixed appliances treatment and bonding in orthodontics

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