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Invisalign ClinCheck: 5 reasons to work with it

Invisalign Clincheck

Introduction: Initial Considerations If you work with aligners, I am sure that more than once you have considered changing brands, although you have probably had some doubts: is the material they use good, will I be able to learn how to use the programme without going crazy, will I have to start from 0, will I have to start from the beginning, will I have a [...]

Has CBCT been a step forward in dentistry?

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What is CBCT? CBCT is a medical imaging technique that uses a special type of computed tomography (CT) to obtain three-dimensional images of anatomical structures of the human body. The introduction of CBCT in invisible orthodontic planning has been a breakthrough in terms of safety and predictability. Being able to "see" the [...]

Is it necessary to do CBCT when treating a Class III?

Introducción a la distalización. La distalización secuencial de la arcada inferior con alineadores es un tratamiento relativamente predecible y eficaz con el que resolver la discrepancia sagital. Antes de decantarnos por esta solución para tratar la Clase III que presente el paciente, tendremos que determinar los límites que existen para este movimiento. Límites de la […]

Brackets vs. aligners: Class II division 2

Class II malocclusion is one of the most common malocclusions among orthodontic patients. Within Class II, we have two subtypes, division 1 and division 2. Each of them has a series of associated dental and facial characteristics that must be taken into account when designing our orthodontic plan.

With aligners there is no need for extractions... myth or reality?

One of the great debates in orthodontics that has existed practically since its emergence is whether or not extractions are necessary. If we look back, it is interesting to see how this issue has fluctuated over time, creating orthodontic trends or "currents" that defend the need for extractions or, on the contrary, the necessity of extractions.