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  • Lingual Extension Clasp Orthodontics
    on Jun 9, 2015 in Orthodontics
    Wire Used : 0.5 mm or 23 gauge wire. Clasp Design : Clasp starts from the lingual aspect of the acrylic plate. The clasp extends into the embrasure between the teeth. Does not cross through the interdental contact area. Advantages : Does not interfe...
  • Jackson’s Clasp Orthodontics
    on Jun 9, 2015 in Orthodontics
    This clasp was introduced by Jackson in 1906. Synonyms : Full clasp, U clasp, Molar clasp. Wire Used : 19 gauge wire or 0.9 mm hard stainless steel wire. Clasp Design : palatal portion of the wire is embedded in acrylic. Wire is closely adapted alo...
  • Arrowhead Clasp Orthodontics
    on Jun 9, 2015 in Orthodontics
    Introduced by AM Schwarz. Synonym : Schwarz clasp. Wire Used : 0.7 mm or 21 gauge hard stainless steel wire. Clasp Design : This is the oldest clasp. The anterior arm of the clasp emerges from the acrylic plate and crosses through the interdental a...
  • Visick’s Clasp Orthodontics
    on Jun 9, 2015 in Orthodontics
    This clasp was introduced by HC visick. Wire Used : 0.7 mm or 21 gauge stainless steel hard wire. Clasp Design : Visick modified the Jackson’s clasp by adding a spur on the palatal aspect. The spur is placed on the palatal side and passed betw...
  • Hand Wrought Roach Clasp
    on Jun 9, 2015 in Orthodontics
    Clasp Design : This clasp was part of the original Hawley retainer appliance design. Consists of small horizontal bar of 0.030 wire contoured to fit the convexity of labial surface of premolar. Horizontal bar is placed below the height of contour. Ex...
  • Methods of gaining space in orthodontics
    on May 31, 2015 in Orthodontics
    Space gaining procedures in orthodontics can be broadly classified into two types : 1.Procedures with reduction of tooth material a. Proximal Slicing b. Extraction 2. Procedures without reduction of tooth material a. Epansion b. Labial proclination...
  • Aetiology, Clinical features and management of Open Bite
    on May 31, 2015 in Orthodontics
    Definition Open bite is a condition in which the incisal edges of the upper and lower incisors do not overlap. Open bite is a condition where there is localised absence of occlusion, while the remaining teeth are in occlusion. Incomplete overbite : I...
  • Aetiology, differential diagnosis and management of anterior crossbite
    on May 31, 2015 in Orthodontics
    I. Anterior Crossbite Anterior Crossbite is a condition in which one or more primary or permanent maxillary incisor is lingual to the mandibular incisor. Synonyms : Reverse overjet, Reverse bite, Under bite. II. Aetiology Aetiology of anterior cro...
  • Aetiology, differential diagnosis and management of Posterior Crossbite
    on May 31, 2015 in Orthodontics
    I. Definition A posterior crossbite is an abnormal bucolingual relationship of a tooth or teeth between maxilla and mandible when they are brought into centric occlusion. II. Clinical presentation Posterior crossbite presents as any one or combina...
  • Aetiology, Clinical features and management of Deep Bite
    on May 31, 2015 in Orthodontics
    I. Deep Bite Deep Bite is a condition wherein there is abberation in the vertical overlap between the maxillary and mandibular teeth. There is increased vertical overlap. II. Concept of normal and excessive overbite In normal overbite, The upper inci...
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