February 25, 2017

Biological Mechanisms of Tooth Movement by Vinod Krishnan, Ze'ev Davidovitch

By Vinod Krishnan, Ze'ev Davidovitch

Biological Mechanisms of teeth circulation, moment Edition is an authoritative connection with the medical foundations underpinning medical orthodontics.

Led via a professional editor crew and with contributions from a world workforce of participants, the booklet covers key themes together with bone biology, the consequences of mechanical loading on tissues and cells, genetics, irritation, tissue home improvement and the results of vitamin, medicines, and systemic illnesses. Highly-illustrated all through, this moment variation has been absolutely revised, up-to-date and extended to new advancements in genomics, speedy orthodontics and present controversies in teeth circulation research.

Trainees, certified experts and researchers in orthodontics can depend upon this finished textual content to notify them concerning the scientific and medical implications of the organic mechanisms curious about the circulate of teeth.

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Above the stenosis, fluid diffuses through the walls of the cirsoid aneurysms formed by the build-up of pressure. (Source: Bien, 1966. ) the tooth. He used Reynold’s numbers to measure tooth oscillation and concluded that the low Reynold’s number observed for the tooth subjected to oscillations is due to predominance of viscous forces acting within the system. 17). This phenomenon, occurring in the first stage of OTM, when PDL fibers are slack, depends mainly on size and number of alveolar bone perforations.

Pawluk, R. J. and Bassett, C. A. (1973) Stress induced bioelectric potentials in the dentoalveolar complex. American Journal of Orthodontics 64, 17–27. Chapter 3 Cellular and molecular biology behind orthodontic tooth movement Vinod Krishnan1, Rodrigo F. Viecilli2, and Ze’ev Davidovitch3 Sri Sankara Dental College, India Loma Linda University School of Dentistry, United States 3 Case Western Reserve University, United States 1 2 Summary The main therapeutic tool used by orthodontists is mechanical force.

Elsevier Mosby, St. Louis, MO, pp. 278–311. Reitan, K. (1957) Some factors determining the evaluation of force in orthodontics. American Journal of Orthodontics 44, 32–45. Reitan, K. (1960) Tissue behavior during orthodontic tooth movement. American Journal of Orthodontics 46, 881–890. Sandstedt, C. (1904) Einige Beiträgezur Theorie der Zahnregulierung. Nordisk Tandläkare Tidskrift 5, 236–256. Sandstedt, C. (1905) Einige Beiträgezur Theorie der Zahnregulierung. Nordisk Tandläkare Tidskrift 6, 1–25, 141–168.

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