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Distalization and Intrusion in Orthodontics Utilizing Micro-Implants

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In Part 5 of this series, Dr. Pablo Echarri undertakes a thorough discussion of the mechanics utilized in conjunction with Micro-Implants for the purpose of distalization and intrusion in orthodontic therapy. In addition, Dr. Echarri also outlines specific approaches and benefits of utilizing a micro-implant absolute anchorage system for optimal orthodontic therapy in extraction and non-extraction cases.

Date Added:
4/5/2009

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Pablo Echarri, DDS Pablo Echarri, DDS

Dr. Pablo Echarri has over 25 years of clinical experience in orthodontics and operates a private practice in Barcelona, Spain. He obtained his DDS from the Univers...
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