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here is the quarterly appointment with Progress in Orthodontics and the articles of

May- June- July

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  1. Biomechanical analysis of effective mandibular en-masse retraction using Class II elastics with a clear aligner: a finite element study

This study aimed to evaluate the displacement and stress distribution of mandibular dentition by various positions of the Class II elastics during en-masse retraction in clear aligner therapy.

Authors:Qiuyu Wang, Danni Dai, Jianrong Wang, Yanfang Chen and Chao Zhang

Citation:Progress in Orthodontics 2022 23:23

Content type:ResearchPublished on: 11 July 2022

The purpose of the present in vivo study was to compare the accuracy, in terms of trueness, between full-arch digital impressions of different intraoral scanning systems, using as a reference the ideality of t…

Authors:Federica Pellitteri, Paolo Albertini, Angelica Vogrig, Giorgio Alfredo Spedicato, Giuseppe Siciliani and Luca Lombardo

Citation:Progress in Orthodontics 2022 23:21

Content type:ResearchPublished on: 4 July 2022

  1. Comparison of surface roughness of root cementum and orthodontically induced root resorption craters from high- and low-fluoridation areas: a 3D confocal microscopy study

Fluoride has a major role in strengthening the structure of enamel against acids. Despite differences between caries and root resorption processes, both events inherently involve acidic dissolution of dental t…

Authors:Chelsea Mann, Lam L. Cheng, Sarbin Ranjitkar, Selma T. Elekdag-Turk, Tamer Turk and M. Ali Darendeliler

Citation:Progress in Orthodontics 2022 23:20

Content type:ResearchPublished on: 27 June 2022

  1. Stability of transverse dental arch dimension with passive self-ligating brackets: a 6-year follow-up study

The stability of the transverse expansion in passive self-ligating bracket treatments is a debated topic in orthodontics. However, to date, only 3 reports are available in the literature, with the maximum foll…

Authors:Franz Josef Willeit, Francesca Cremonini, Paul Willeit, Fabio Ramina, Marta Cappelletti, Alfredo Giorgio Spedicato and Luca Lombardo

Citation:Progress in Orthodontics 2022 23:19

Content type:ResearchPublished on: 20 June 2022

  1. Assessment of the accuracy of imaging software for 3D rendering of the upper airway, usable in orthodontic and craniofacial clinical settings

Several semi-automatic software are available for the three-dimensional reconstruction of the airway from DICOM files. The aim of this study was to evaluate the accuracy of the segmentation of the upper airway…

Authors:Antonino Lo Giudice, Vincenzo Ronsivalle, Giorgio Gastaldi and Rosalia Leonardi

Citation:Progress in Orthodontics 2022 23:22

Content type:ResearchPublished on: 13 June 2022

  1. Evaluation of bone depth, cortical bone, and mucosa thickness of palatal posterior supra-alveolar insertion site for miniscrew placement

The use of palatal miniscrew offers the possibility to improve the effectiveness of orthodontic expansion devices. Palatal expanders supported by miniscrew can be applied with different clinical protocols. Som…

Authors:Riccardo Nucera, Elia Ciancio, Giuliano Maino, Serena Barbera, Emanuela Imbesi and Angela Mirea Bellocchio

Citation:Progress in Orthodontics 2022 23:18

Content type:ResearchPublished on: 6 June 2022

  1. Fluorescence-aided removal of orthodontic composites: an in vivo comparative study

To compare the fluorescent properties of 6 different orthodontic adhesives and provide useful information for clinicians in the adhesion choice, in order to remove it easily at the end of orthodontic treatment…

Authors:Paolo Albertini, Rosita Tauro, Lorenza Barbara, Enrico Albertini and Luca Lombardo

Citation:Progress in Orthodontics 2022 23:16

Content type:ResearchPublished on: 23 May 2022

  1. Prevalence of non-carious cervical lesions and orthodontic treatment: a retrospective study

This study aimed to assess the distribution of non-carious cervical lesions (NCCLs) by tooth type, investigate the prevalence of NCCLs in patients undergoing orthodontic treatment, and identify the possible as…

Authors:Rafaella Rodrigues Gomes, Livia Fávaro Zeola, Tiago Augusto Quirino Barbosa, Alfredo Júlio Fernandes Neto, Guilherme de Araujo Almeida and Paulo Vinícius Soares

Citation:Progress in Orthodontics 2022 23:17

Content type:ResearchPublished on: 16 May 2022

  1. Accuracy of deep learning-based integrated tooth models by merging intraoral scans and CBCT scans for 3D evaluation of root position during orthodontic treatment

This study aimed to evaluate the accuracy of deep learning-based integrated tooth models (ITMs) by merging intraoral scans and cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT) scans for three-dimensional (3D) evaluation o…

Authors:Suk-Cheol Lee, Hyeon-Shik Hwang and Kyungmin Clara Lee

Citation:Progress in Orthodontics 2022 23:15

Content type:ResearchPublished on: 9 May 2022

  1. Impact of retraction force magnitudes on mobility of maxillary canines: a split-mouth design

Prospective evaluation of the maxillary canine mobility during retraction using two different force levels over 5 months of retraction.

Authors:Nehal F. Albelasy and Yasser L. Abdelnaby

Citation:Progress in Orthodontics 2022 23:14

Content type:ResearchPublished on: 2 May 2022

 

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