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Orthodontics & Micro-Implants: Clinical Cases - Molar Intrusion

Description:
In Part 3 of this series, Dr. Pablo Echarri discusses, in great detail, the surgical and technical placement of Micro-Implants for the purpose of molar intrusion. Dr. Echarri also outlines specific surgical pitfalls that must be avoided to ensure success in providing an absolute anchorage system for optimal orthodontic therapy for this application.

Date Added:
1/22/2009

Author(s):

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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Questions & Comments
Maurice Salama - (9/19/2014 8:43 AM)

Outstanding utilization of Transitional Anchor devices for ortho movement. many thanks Dr. Salama

Edison Louie - (12/22/2013 9:36 PM)

Thank you for your presentation. It was very direct and the comparative pictures were excellent.

kevin potocsky - (12/11/2013 3:47 PM)

dr. echhari shows us how to do it one way animated in slides and then clinically another way? so they both work?

Maurice Salama - (12/3/2013 8:23 AM)

Extremely creative approach to orthodontic anchorage with TADS....very well done. Dr. Salama

Vicente Guerrero - (2/12/2013 5:54 PM)

saludos, soy Dr. Ramiro Guerrero, un seguidor de su técnica ; y me parece muy especial, lo que ud realiza; he puesto microimplantes tal como ud ha indicado en sus conferencias y en su libro, pero no puedo intruir en tres o cuatro meses, como ud lo menciona en el video; quisiera saber con que fuerzas realiza la intrución, y de que depende la falta de agilidad en el tratamiento. Le quedo muy agradecido mi mail es ramiroguerrer7@hotmail.com

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