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Modern Orthodontic Therapy utilizing TADS and Invisalign

Description:
In this presentation and video case report, “conservative” management of a Class II Div I Deep Bite Malocclusion is undertaken utilizing TADS (Transitional Anchorage Devices) in combination with the Invisalign Aligner System. Evaluation and Management of the Orthodontic phases utilizing Lateral Cephalometrics and Clinical photography is highlighted. Video of the placement of Orthodontic Implants, TADS as well as aligner modification and elastic placement is featured in this presentation.

Date Added:
12/6/2016

Author(s):

Maurice Salama, DMD Maurice Salama, DMD
Dr. Maurice A. Salama completed his undergraduate studies at the State University of New York at Binghamton in 1985, where he received his BS in Biology. Dr. Salama r...
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Questions & Comments
Dr. Evelyn Aldama-Espinosa - (2/11/2018 9:42 AM)

Excellent dr Salama will be so helpful for my patients

Yohan Kim - (12/5/2017 5:24 PM)

Thank you for the great presentation. I have a question regarding the buttons you have on #6 and 11. They look like they are on the trays not on the teeth. I usually get the buttons placed on the teeth. If I'm correct can you please describe how you prescribe to get those types of trays? Thank you!

Maurice Salama - (1/30/2017 8:30 AM)

James; No difference between maxilla and mandible for TADS.

Maurice Salama - (1/30/2017 8:29 AM)

Laurent; We decided to do both. Intrude incisors and extrude premolars to level curve of Spee. Utilizing Anterior Bite planes alone have larger relapse rates after removal. regards Dr. S

James Vlahos - (1/29/2017 1:35 PM)

Mo, Is there a particular size of the TAD's that is used for the maxilla and mandible specifically length? Regards, James Vlahos

laurent oiknine - (1/10/2017 8:08 PM)

You make placing those look TAD`s look so easy !! If I understand well the TAD`s and elastics only enhance the FULL EXPRESSION of the aligners prescription and movement is limited by the plastic. The same applies for Cl. II elastics. (Contrarily to sliding mechanics in straight wire.) On the bottom arch, what made you decide on intruding the lower anteriors instead of placing upper bite ramps and leveling curb of Spee by extruding lower premolars ?

Maurice Salama - (1/9/2017 10:36 PM)

Richard; No this was planned at time of Invisalign clincheck although you can modify at any time with "midcourse"corrections. regards Mo

richard martin - (1/8/2017 7:01 PM)

Mo, Very creative, I know she is happy with result- To my understanding the Invisalign treatment plan - tray series is determined ahead of time- Did you plan the elastic traction at that time or as post modification ? Cheers, Richard

Ehab Moussa - (1/8/2017 3:50 PM)

Beautiful case and result and very innovative treatment modality. Thanks for sharing Dr Salama. Best regards, Ehab

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