A side-by-side comparison of 12 TAD options.
When it comes to placing TADs in difficult areas, CBCT technology and radiopaque markers provide the diagnostic views necessary for 3D treatment planning and sequencing.
The use of TSADs in conjunction with rapid maxillary expansion appliances offers orthodontists an advantage
How and how often do orthodontists use temporary anchorage devices?
TADs and a TPA can help orthodontists solve this clinical problem in 6 months.
John M. Pobanz, DDS, MS, offers a concise clinical guide.
Tips on molar uprighting, treating palatally displaced teeth, and bonding indirect anchorage wires.
According to a recently published article, “Changing the insertion angle to 45° will generally enhance implant stability but increase the risk of perforation to the maxillary sinus.”
Longer and conical screws were associated with greater success, while miniscrews applied to medium quality bone had a lower failure rate than those applied to high- and low-quality bone.