What is Periodontally accelerated osteogenic orthodontics?

What is Periodontally accelerated osteogenic orthodontics?

Periodontal accelerated osteogenic orthodontics (PAOO) is a clinical procedure that combines selective alveolar corticotomy, particulate bone grafting, and the application of orthodontic forces. This procedure is theoretically based on the bone healing pattern known as the regional acceleratory phenomenon (RAP).

What is Wilckodontics?

Wilckodontics, also known as Accelerated Osteogenic Orthodontics (AOO)™, begins with a minimally invasive surgical procedure, usually done under general anesthesia, to remove a small portion of your aveolar bone’s external surface. This is the bone that contains your tooth sockets.

What is meant by corticotomy?

Corticotomy is defined as the surgical procedure that intentionally inflicts mechanical damage on the cortical bone. This increases bone remodelling to accelerate the repair and achieve functional recovery.

What is alveolar corticotomy?

Surgical alveolar corticotomy techniques were developed to accelerate tooth displacement and, consequently, reduce orthodontic treatment times. This process involves surgical scarification of the alveolar cortex so as to reduce bone density and enhance tooth displacement.

What accelerated orthodontics?

Introducing accelerated orthodontics This modern approach to orthodontics works by encouraging new bone growth in your jaw. When used in combination with teeth straightening systems, such as braces or aligners, accelerated bone growth can help your teeth shift into their ideal positions faster and with less discomfort.

What is regional Acceleratory phenomenon?

The regional acceleratory phenomenon (RAP) is a tissue reaction to a noxious stimulus that increases the healing capacities of the affected tissues. It is typical not only of hard tissues such as bone and cartilage, but also of soft tissues.

Why is Osteoclasis performed?

Osteoclasis is performed to reconstruct a bone that is malformed, often a broken bone that healed improperly. The bone is broken and then reshaped with the aid of metal pins, casting, and bracing.

How do you do Corticotomy?

The classic corticotomy is a percutaneous, subperiosteal cortical osteotomy. There are several factors that influence the type of osteotomy performed such as, the configuration of the osteotomy, the extent of surgical exposure used to create it, and the energy used to transect the bone.

How do you do a Corticotomy?

During the Procedure

  1. The corticotomy procedure for the PAOO technique is done under local anesthesia.
  2. A flap of the gum is raised so that the surgeon obtains access to the jaw bone next to the malpositioned teeth.
  3. The surgeon makes the flap in such a way that the aesthetics will not be affected after its repositioning.

What is CSF in orthodontics?

Besides a tongue-twister, what is a circumferential supracrestal fiberotomy (CSF)? Put simply, a CSF is a surgical procedure used to prevent teeth that have been rotated due to orthodontic care, i.e. braces, from un-rotating back to their former position.

Which is faster metal braces or Invisalign?

Is Invisalign Really Faster than Braces? In short, the answer is yes. While traditional metal braces require somewhere between 18 and 24 months, the average length of treatment with Invisalign is 12 months.