Effect of high-frequency vibration on orthodontic tooth movement and bone density

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Study: Effect of high-frequency vibration on orthodontic tooth movement and bone density

Shipley T, Farouk K, El-Bialy T (2019) J Orthod Sci.; 8: 15.

High-frequency vibration (HFV) 120 Hz, adjunctive to clear aligners, allowed early aligner changes and corresponding tooth movements that led to shorter treatment time in minimum-moderate crowded cases. The HFV group demonstrated a statistically significant increase as compared with pre-treatment bone density, whereas control subjects showed no significant change from pre-treatment bone density.


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