Edition V15N05 | Year 2016 | Editorial Case Report | Pages 85 to 94
Introduction: Conventional orthodontic appliances have some limitations for specific types of tooth movement; in particular, if the appliance cannot access the area and induce the type of force vector needed for a particular displacement. The two-vector mechanics system includes two statically determined elements and allows for high control of the site and direction of force vector application. Objective: To present a clinical case of midline discrepancy and demonstrate the clinical use and utility of this method, and to describe this method for dental midline correction using a segmented arch approach, with a statically determinate system. Conclusion: The segmented arch approach using a statically determined system with two-vector mechanics showed to be efficient for dental midline correction with predictable results and reduced side effects.
Como citar este artigo: Fiorelli G, Oliveira W. Correção da linha média utilizando a mecânica do arco segmentado. Rev Clín Ortod Dental Press. 2016 Out-Nov;15(5):85-94. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14436/1676-6849.15.5.085-094.art