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The Indian Dental Academy is the Leader in continuing dental education , training dentists in all aspects of dentistry and offering a wide range of dental certified courses in different formats.

The Indian Dental Academy is the Leader in continuing dental education , training dentists in all aspects of dentistry and offering a wide range of dental certified courses in different formats.


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    • Lingual Arch INDIAN DENTAL ACADEMY Leader in continuing dental education www.indiandentalacademy.com www.indiandentalacademy.com
    • A Lingual Arch for Intruding and Uprighting Lower Incisors Other systems like RCS or Utility arches apply pressure to the labial surfaces of the lower incisors, creating a downward force vector that passes anterior to the incisors' center of resistance. This causes the crowns of the lower incisors to procline labially and the roots to impinge on the planum alveolare--the cortical bone on the posterior aspect of the symphysis). An illusion is created that the incisal edges are intruding when, in fact, they are merely tipping labially. To counteract this tendency, Ricketts advised that his sectional arch, fabricated from . 016" square blue Elgiloy, should incorporate buccal root torque in the anterior bridge, so that the apices of the lower incisors would be directed through the cortical corridor and away from the planum alveolare . Many years' experience in using the Ricketts utility arch has highlighted the following disadvantages: Labial tipping creates illusion of incisor intrusion, but λ Fabrication and adjustments call for special wire-bending skills. moves root apex lingually into cortical plate. λ The buccal bridges can cause trauma to the cheeks. λ A buccal bridge can become unilaterally distorted from the forces of mastication, resulting in asymmetric intrusion of the lower incisors. λ Asymmetric distal tipping of the anchorage molars can occur. λ Because more intrusive force is applied to the mandibular lateral incisors than to the central incisors, the roots of the lateral incisors may impinge on those of the central incisors or the unerupted canines. www.indiandentalacademy.com
    • Appliance Design An .036" lower lingual arch is soldered to first molar bands. Distal extensions form occlusal rests on the second molars to prevent distal tipping of the first molars as the incisors are intruded Four elastic chains are attached to the anterior bridge of the lingual arch with a mosquito forceps .If intrusion is the primary goal and the teeth are already fairly upright, the elastic chains should come off the lingual arch on the labial side If the priority is to retrocline the lower incisors, the elastics should come off on the lingual side. This will reduce the risk of the root apices impinging on the planum alveolare. After cementation of the arch, the elastics are stretched to four lingual buttons on the lower incisors . These should be bonded as far as possible from the gingival margin to facilitate intrusion. Lingual arch made of .036" wire, with soldered first molar bands and distal extensionsforming occlusal rests on second molars. Four elastic chains are attached to anterior bridge. Elastic chain attached to .036" (.9mm) lingual arch with mosquito forceps. A. Elastic chain comes off lingual arch on labial side, exaggerating vertical component of force. B. Elastic chain comes off lingual arch on lingual side, reducing vertical component in favor of retraction. Lingual buttons bonded approximately midway between incisal edges and gingival marginsof lower incisors. www.indiandentalacademy.com
    • CASES Case 1. 42-year-old female with proclined upper and lower incisors and lower anterior spacing before treatment. A. Lower lingual arch attached by elastic chains (coming off lingual side) to lingual buttons. B. Finishing stages after intrusion and retraction of lower incisors. Upper incisors are being uprighted with .016" × .016" Elgiloy utility arch. Note gable bends on distal ends of buccal bridges to intrude incisors, gable bends on anterior ends of buccal www.indiandentalacademy.com bridges to upright incisors, and elastic chains to intrude canines.
    • After Finishing with this technique A. Patient after 12 months of treatment. Note improvement in lip profile. B.Superimposition of cephalometric tracings before and www.indiandentalacademy.com after treatment, showing uprighting of upper
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    • Thank you For more details please visit www.indiandentalacademy.com www.indiandentalacademy.com