l Orthodontie Française

Publisher: Société Française d'Orthopédie Dento-Faciale, EDP Sciences

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Ouvrage publié depuis 80 ans par la Société Française d'Orthopédie Dento Faciale et réalisé à partir des travaux scientifiques présentés au sein de la société lors de ses deux réunions annuelles. Les membres de la S.F.O.D.F. reçoivent cet ouvrage et les plus jeunes peuvent compléter leur collection. Les praticiens non-membres de la société peuvent acquérir les volumes qu'ils souhaitent.

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Website L'Orthodontie Française website
Other titles Comptes rendus de la Société Française d'Orthopédie Dento-Faciale
ISSN 0078-6608
OCLC 231606190
Material type Periodical
Document type Journal / Magazine / Newspaper

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EDP Sciences

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    ABSTRACT: Many authors have been involved in developing brackets in order to improve the quality, stability, speed and efficiency of orthodontic treatment. In order to reduce friction between bracket and archwire, new therapeutic approaches have been devised based on novel technologies. Among these innovative techniques, self-ligating brackets are increasingly popular. SLBs can be classified into several categories according to their mode of action and their materials. We performed an experimental study to compare the friction forces generated during the sliding of orthodontic archwires made from various alloys through conventional and self-ligating brackets. Results show the favorable influence of SLBs, compared to conventional systems using elastomeric or metal ligatures, on the level of friction, particularly when shape-memory Ni-Ti archwires are used.
    l Orthodontie Française 09/2015; 86(3):255-64. DOI:10.1051/orthodfr/2015026
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    ABSTRACT: The aim of this study was to assess the impact of extraction of third molars on the occurrence of temporo-mandibular disorders (TMD). A review of the literature and a case-control study have been conducted. The case-control study compares the frequency of extraction of third molars between the sample with TMD (case) and the sample without TMD (control). The proportion of patients who had undergone extractions of wisdom teeth was higher in the case group than in the control group. The difference was statistically significant when patients had undergone extraction of all four wisdom teeth or when the extraction of four wisdom teeth underwent in one sitting or under general anesthesia. The study of patients in case sample shows that all signs of TMD were more common in patients who had undergone extractions in several sessions and under local anesthesia. The temporomandibular joint sounds are significantly more frequent with local anesthesia. In the case group, 85 to 92% of patients have parafunctions and 5 to 11% have malocclusion. This demonstrates the multifactorial etiology of temporomandibular disorders.
    l Orthodontie Française 09/2015; 86(3):209-19. DOI:10.1051/orthodfr/2015021
  • l Orthodontie Française 09/2015; 86(3):205-7. DOI:10.1051/orthodfr/2015022
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    ABSTRACT: Introduction: The role of obstructive tonsils in dental arches abnormalities is widely discussed in the literature but remains controversial. Data on the probable relationship between obstructive tonsils and the presence of these orthodontic abnormalities are subjective. The objective of this study is to quantify the relationship between the obstructive character of the tonsils and the dental arches measurements. Materials and methods: A cross-sectional study was performed in children aged between 6 to 12 years divided into 2 groups (A and B) according to the obstructive character of the tonsils. Dental intra- and inter-arches measurements are recorded on each child. Data is analyzed using SPSS 20.0 for Windows. A t Student and chi square tests are respectively used to compare quantitative and qualitative variables according to the obstructive character of the tonsils. The level of significance is fixed at p = 0.05. Results: The upper dental arch depth is significantly more important in subjects with obstructive tonsils (group B). Dental arches widths are significantly more important in subjects without obstructive tonsils (group A). Group B subjects are significantly more likely to have class II malocclusions, open bite and posterior cross bite with mandibular lateral deviation than group A subjects. Conclusion: Early evaluation of children with obstructive tonsils can prevent dental intra- and inter-arches abnormalities caused by upper airway obstruction. Thus late and more aggressive treatments which are not always as efficient as when they were performed during childhood will be avoided.
    l Orthodontie Française 09/2015; 86(3):245-54. DOI:10.1051/orthodfr/2015024
  • l Orthodontie Française 06/2015; 86(2):161-167. DOI:10.1051/orthodfr/2014024
  • l Orthodontie Française 06/2015; 86(2):201-201. DOI:10.1051/orthodfr/2015019
  • l Orthodontie Française 06/2015; 86(2):181-188. DOI:10.1051/orthodfr/2015017
  • l Orthodontie Française 06/2015; 86(2):189-196. DOI:10.1051/orthodfr/2015013
  • l Orthodontie Française 06/2015; 86(2):169-179. DOI:10.1051/orthodfr/2015014
  • l Orthodontie Française 06/2015; 86(2):125-149. DOI:10.1051/orthodfr/2015018
  • l Orthodontie Française 06/2015; 86(2):151-160. DOI:10.1051/orthodfr/2015016
  • l Orthodontie Française 06/2015; 86(2):197-200. DOI:10.1051/orthodfr/2015015
  • l Orthodontie Française 03/2015; 86(1):123-124. DOI:10.1051/orthodfr/2015004
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    ABSTRACT: An adequate orthodontic preparation is a key to success of every orthognatic surgery. Therefore, the detection and the correction of the existing dentoalveolar compensation tend to favor the correction of the skeletal defects. The pre-surgical orthodontic goals have to be defined at the beginning of the treatment, thus, not always achieving a complete leveling of the arches, nor a final space closure and ideal intercuspation. The orthodontic preparation aims to guide the surgical skeletal displacements. Many dentoalveolar compensations can be identified as specific to different types of malocclusion. Accordingly, an adequate individualized planning and a good coordination between both orthodontist and surgeon, are of a major importance, in order to avoid unexpected traps during orthodontic pre-surgical preparation. © EDP Sciences, SFODF, 2015.
    l Orthodontie Française 03/2015; 86(1):23-30. DOI:10.1051/orthodfr/2015003
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    ABSTRACT: Surgical management of transverse discrepancies is a special field of orthodontic treatment and of orthognathic surgery. Long-term stability is often challenging despite the various available methods of treatment. We present the physiopathological process behind this defect in transverse growth and propose a decision tree. © EDP Sciences, SFODF, 2015.
    l Orthodontie Française 03/2015; 86(1):67-72. DOI:10.1051/orthodfr/2015008
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    ABSTRACT: The temporomandibular joints function in synergy with the dental occlusion within the manducatory system. Orthodontists and surgeons must take into account the condylar position since any problem related to positioning of the condyle could result in occlusal disorders including relapse and the risk of occurrence, decompensation or worsening of temporomandibular dysfunction. We wanted to answer three questions: What is the position of the condyle following orthognathic surgery? What benefit is there in repositioning the condyle? What means are available to check condylar position? Finally, in the light of the answers, we describe an innovative occlusal and condylar positioning device for mandibular osteotomies based on computer-assisted surgical planning techniques. It consists of a three-dimensional, printed guide enabling surgeons to position the condyles as desired. It is accurate, simple, reproducible, independent of operator experience as well as rapid and economical. © EDP Sciences, SFODF, 2015.
    l Orthodontie Française 03/2015; 86(1):73-81. DOI:10.1051/orthodfr/2015010
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    ABSTRACT: First-line surgery offers an additional option in our orthodontic treatment arsenal. Unlike the classic three-stage orthodontic-surgical protocol, it aims to correct the skeletal discrepancies during stage one in order to restore a favorable functional environment and enable orthodontic occlusal correction during a second stage. In some cases of maxilla-mandibular malformation, and for specific indications, it involves eliminating presurgical orthodontic preparation or reducing it to a minimum. From the orthodontic point of view, it reduces overall treatment time, facilitates treatment following surgery and speeds up tooth displacement. On the patient's side, it makes for rapid esthetic improvement and a radically enhanced quality of life. The use of anchorage devices, surgical splints or set-ups makes it possible to offset the drawbacks of this technique such as postsurgical occlusal instability or restrictive treatment planning. © EDP Sciences, SFODF, 2015.
    l Orthodontie Française 03/2015; 86(1):39-65. DOI:10.1051/orthodfr/2015009
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    ABSTRACT: Being interested in dento-facial deformities for a surgeon is opening up on the orthodontic world and vice versa. Orthodontic-surgical collaboration is unavoidable and represents a real synergy. After setting out the various progresses interesting both disciplines, we will insist on the close collaboration that is meant to rule our specialties. To illustrate this cooperation, we will describe the treatment protocol of a class II with a hyperdivergent skeletal pattern. © EDP Sciences, SFODF, 2015.
    l Orthodontie Française 03/2015; 86(1):17-22. DOI:10.1051/orthodfr/2014029
  • l Orthodontie Française 03/2015; 86(1):1-1. DOI:10.1051/orthodfr/2015006
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    ABSTRACT: The contribution of the segmental osteotomies in the ortho-surgical protocols is no longer to demonstrate and found a new lease of life thanks to the combination with the bone distraction techniques. The osteotomy of Köle, initially described to close infraclusies, and then used to level very marked curves of Spee has more recently been used to correct anterior crowding. This support is therefore aimed at patients with an incisor and canine Class 2 but molar Class 1 with an isolated mandibular footprint. With minimal orthodontic preparation we can create in two weeks bilateral diastemas that will then be used to align the incisivocanin crowding without stripping or bicuspid extractions. Dental orthodontic movements can be resumed one month after the end of the distraction. This technique is therefore likely to avoid bicuspid extraction and replace some sagittal osteotomy advancement by correction of the overjet. It also helps to correct a incisors labial or lingual tipping playing on differential activation of the cylinders and the distractor. This segmental surgery can be combined with Le Fort 1 surgeries with correction of the transverse and associated meanings, but in a second time, to a mandibular advancement and/or a genioplasty. © EDP Sciences, SFODF, 2015.
    l Orthodontie Française 03/2015; 86(1):83-93. DOI:10.1051/orthodfr/2015011