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Microscrews in Orthodontics. Basics unvealed

orthodontic micro-screws

Micro-screws in orthodontics. Origin: The introduction of micro-screws in orthodontics is not as recent as we think. Although they have become fashionable in recent years, micro-screws were first used in 1985. However, the emergence of aligners together with the increase in the number of adult patients in orthodontics [...]

In-Office vs. Traditional Aligners: Which is better?

The options in invisible orthodontics have evolved significantly. Two of the most popular alternatives today are in-office aligners and traditional aligners (Invisalign, Spark or Angel Aligner). Each of these options has its own advantages and disadvantages, and choosing the most suitable one depends on a number of factors, including your specific needs, budget, and the type of braces you want to wear.

Angel Aligner's iORTHO: 5 reasons to work with him.

Introduction to Angel Aligner's iORTHO: We are back with the last part of the comparison between the planning software of the most popular aligner brands. In this article we will look at the strengths of Angel Aligner's iOrtho software. This brand, which has a long history in China, has started to [...]

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 [...]

Moving molars through the maxillary sinus... myth or reality?

Moving molars through the maxillary sinus

Introduction I am writing this blog about moving molars through the maxillary sinus just after the SAS The Next Level event in Madrid. As Dani says, we are still a bit emotionally hung over. Before I go into detail on the subject of the blog, I would like to thank again the great [...]

Do the retainers do their job?

How many of us, when we finish an orthodontic case, think that the job is finished? That feeling of happiness and "freedom" that the patient transmits to us when we remove the brackets or attachments and we can see the smile that had been hidden under them for so many months or years, makes us relax and [...]