Evidence-based care in orthodontics and periodontics: A review of the literature

Sanders, Norman L.
April 1999
Journal of the American Dental Association (JADA);Apr99, Vol. 103 Issue 4, p521
Academic Journal
Looks at the evidence-based literature in the fields of periodontics and orthodontics to determine the relationship between various types of common periodontal disorders and orthodontic tooth movement. Periodontal disease; Gingival recession; Gingival hyperplasia; Loss of periodontal attachment and bone relative to orthodontic therapy; Suggested protocol before, during and after therapy.


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