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Periodontally Accelerated Osteogenic Orthodontics - Part 1

Description:
How Periodontally Accelerated Osteogenic Orthodontics works and produces a successful outcome. Dr. Richman shows a number of examples of how it has worked for him and his patients, by increasing the volume of bone and tissue available for more rapid orthodontic tooth movement.

Date Added:
9/14/2010

Author(s):

Colin Richman, DMD Colin Richman, DMD
EDUCATION:

Born and educated, Johannesburg, South Africa,
Dental Degree, Johannesburg, South Africa,
Post-Graduate Dental Degree, London England;...
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Questions & Comments
abdol samad SHAFIEI KAZEROONI - (2/13/2014 3:55 PM)

Thankyou for the presentation.

Darick Nordstrom - (1/4/2012 7:18 PM)

Thank you for the presentation. From my experience with selectively performing these surgeries for specific (rather than general movement), and using PRGF as a medium to prolong the RAP, this should be standard of care and is certainly superior to conventional treatments. Having the iCAT to plans and review cases changes perspectives quickly. Is there any difference between the results of using the ErYAG laser to decorticate ande activate, and using the Piezotome?

Carlos Eduardo Gonzalez - (4/25/2010 7:32 AM)

Are there any articles published in this subject in the scientific literature?

ANIT SHARMA - (4/19/2010 7:37 AM)

very infomative session, but is it only indicated for teeth requiring ortho treatment that have recession/thin labial cortical plates.Is there any study done .

690 - (12/13/2009 4:15 AM)

Thanks for your presentation..I have one question...
What is that graft material used after corticotomy?

Diego Ospina - (7/22/2009 7:48 AM)

exciting and promesing. Have you combined this technique with suresmile?

Antonio F.-Coppel - (7/12/2009 5:13 PM)

Interesting topic. Lack of scientific evidence and long-term data

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