Orthodontic Sectors Applications for Wrong Positions of the Ankylosed Teeth by Dental Implant | Abstract

Journal of Research in Medical and Dental Science
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Orthodontic Sectors Applications for Wrong Positions of the Ankylosed Teeth by Dental Implant

Author(s): Aseel Niema Hafith*, Waleed Shallal and Bakir Ghanem Murrad


Background: Dental implants put incorrectly might cause cosmetic harm that is hard to fix with prostheses. Continuous anterior alveolar development causes anterior implants, such ankylosed teeth, to shift over time, causing infraocclusion. Misplaced dental implants have different therapies.

Method: The Orthodontic Bone Stretching approach utilizes partial osteotomies and high orthodontic pressures to move an implant in the improper location. The provided force improves cosmetic rehabilitation by repositioning the axis of implant and line of gingival. This relocation is made feasible by stretching bone in the operative region without rapid repositioning or mobilization. Implant repositioning instances handled using Orthodontic Bone Stretching.

Result: The cosmetic qualities of the face and smile were improved by orthodontic therapy and orthodontic bone stretching. In the palatal direction, the movement of the implant was 0.60 millimeters at the apexal and 7 millimeters at the edge of incisal. The superimpositions demonstrated that there was a movement of 4 millimeters in the palatal direction at the implant-abutment junction, and 7 millimeters at the incisal edge. Even though preventative periodontal care was being performed, plaque management was not particularly effective.

Conclusion: In each of the three examples that were given, the implant relocation was accomplished with the help of the orthodontic bone stretching method. Additionally, the prosthetic crowns in each of the patients' smiles were altered in order to achieve better cosmetic results.

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