¡Queridos colegas y amigos! El Dr. Sada participará en el 12º Congreso ESLO (European Society Of Lingual Orthodontics) que tendrá lugar en Atenas, Grecia del 30 de junio al 3 de julio de 2016.
El éxito de este congreso está, sobre todo, en el reconocimiento de los conferenciantes y entre los temas seleccionados se incluyen: Biomecánica, Mini-implantes, cirugía ortognática, Clinical Orthodontics, Nuevas Tecnologías, linguales de ortodoncia, alineadores de ortodoncia…
El título de la charla será: “Maxillary tuberosity miniscrews: proposal of a new approach in lingual orthodontics” y el resumen (abstract) en inglés es el siguiente:
Miniscrews for orthodontic treatment are usually placed in many locations (inter radicular, palatal, mandibular shelf, mandibular retromolar etc…), according to the patient’s anatomic possibilities and the biomechanical needs of the treatment. The maxillary tuberosity has been very rarely studied on literature and seldom clinically used, although it offers ideal conditions for many orthodontic movements, specially distalization and intrusion of the upper arch.
This location and technique has many advantages over other options: placement of screws is carried out easily in attached gingiva, there is no risk of root damage, procedure is fast, cheap, cost-effective and non-dependent on laboratory, and the location is the best strategic location to distalize and/or intrude the upper arch.
This technique, described by Vicente Sada -article ahead of publication- has been used since many years ago in many patients with excellent results, as we aim to show in different clinical cases treated with success. The preliminary results of a prospective, still ongoing study, that is being carried out by the authors regarding success rate, surgical technique and bio-mechanical analysis are also discussed.
PURPOSE: The purpose of the present study and presentation is to show the clinical possibilities of the maxillary tuberosity miniscrews for orthodontic upper arch movements: anatomic special considerations, surgical technique details and biomechanic analysis are explained based upon the experience of many clinical cases.
Success rate, surgical technique, bio-mechanical analysis are also described based on the preliminar results of a prospective, still ongoing study that is being carried out by the authors.