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Every orthodontist would like to accurately predict the movements resulting from their mechanics. But this task is far from simple. Regardless of the type of appliance we use (continuous archwires, segmented arches, aligners), most of
“What is essential is invisible to the eye.” Antoine de Saint-Exupery Historically, orthodontic appliances are described as shape-driven or force-driven.(1) The first group constitutes those with whom the professional expects the tooth to move precisely
We have organized a top 10 list with the most viewed videos of the blog this year. Enjoy! 1) 10_Fundamental_Concepts: a little teaser of our first interactive E-book, available in three languages for free download.