Dr. Anil Vaidyan

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Dr. Anil Vaidyan

  1. 1. Orthodontic Treatment Of Impacted Lateral Incisor This patient aged 12yrs girl, presents with missing upper right lateral incisor. It would be a real challenge to replace the missing tooth, due to inadequate space for prosthesis.Slide No. 1 Dr. Anil A. Vaidyan. Poster No.10
  2. 2. Pre-operative pictures • The lack of space is very evident. • Options would be: • a- Implants • b- RPD • c- FPD OR • Orthodontic extrusion of the impacted toothSlide No. 2 Dr. Anil A. Vaidyan. Poster No.10
  3. 3. Radiographic Evaluation • The SLOB method is used to find out the position of the impacted tooth. • The rotation of the tube 30 degrees to the right makes the tooth crown move to the right on the IOPA. • The lingual crown position is evident in the Lateral Cephalogram.Slide No. 3 Dr. Anil A. Vaidyan. Poster No.10
  4. 4. Ortho-surgical Procedure • The impacted tooth is surgically exposed and a button is bonded to it. • Steel ligature wire 011 tied to the button is brought out through the flap and tied to the activated buccal auxillary spring.Slide No. 4 Dr. Anil A. Vaidyan. Poster No.10
  5. 5. Post operative picturesSlide No. 5 Dr. Anil A Vaidyan .Poster No.10
  6. 6. ConclusionOrthodontic extrusion of impacted tooth is by far thebest solution for a missing tooth which is impacted. .Slide No. 6 Dr. Anil A. Vaidyan. Poster No.10
  7. 7. ConclusionOrthodontic extrusion of impacted tooth is by far thebest solution for a missing tooth which is impacted. .Slide No. 6 Dr. Anil A. Vaidyan. Poster No.10

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