Takano-Yamamoto T, Sasaki K, Fatemeh, G (2017) Sci Rep 7, 13969
High-frequency static vibration could synergistically enhance osteoclastogenesis and osteoclast function via NF-κB activation, leading to alveolar bone resorption and accelerated tooth movement suggesting a mechanism by which optimum-magnitude high-frequency vibration accelerates tooth movement as a safe and effective treatment of malocclusion.
More Studies on Vibration Technology use in Orthodontics
- Periodontal tissue activation by vibration: Intermittent stimulation by resonance vibration accelerates experimental tooth movement in rats.
- The effects of brief daily vibration on clear aligner orthodontic treatment
- Synergistic acceleration of experimental tooth movement by supplementary high-frequency vibration applied with a static force in rats
- The effect of high-frequency vibration on tooth movement and alveolar bone in non-growing skeletal Class II high Angle orthodontic patients: Case series