The effect of high-frequency vibration on tooth movement and alveolar bone in non-growing skeletal Class II high Angle orthodontic patients: Case series

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Study: The effect of high-frequency vibration on tooth movement and alveolar bone in non-growing skeletal Class II high Angle orthodontic patients: Case series

El-Bialy T. (2020) Dent J (Basel); 8(4): 110.

The use of HFV concurrent with SmartTrackĀ® Invisalign aligners and vertical-pull chin cup in this case series allowed achievement of complex tooth movement including posterior teeth intrusion and expansion simultaneously as well as forward mandibular rotation/projection in non-growing patients with a skeletal Class II relationship, which otherwise would have required surgery.


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