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El tratamiento interceptivo requiere largo seguimiento y no elimina la necesidad de tratamiento correctivo. ABSTRACT : The aim was to determine the benefit of implementing interceptive orthodontic clinics in infant patient analyzing recent literature about it. We conducted a systematic review of the literature by searching PubMed, SciELO and Cochrane Library for the past 10 years in response to the question: "In children with dentoalveolar malocclusions is it beneficial to implement interceptive orthodontics or is it better to apply a therapy at the end of growth?

We used inclusion and exclusion criteria to find the highest-level evidence. We selected 17 items of which five were clinical trials, six were retrospective cohort, and four were systematic reviews and one clinical case of long standing.

Most reports use ICON and PAR index malocclusion for pre and post-treatment and to evaluate the effectiveness of using interceptive orthodontics. Cuspid extraction alone does not prevent permanent canine impaction. The control of serial extraction without braces was longer than with braces, but the active treatment period was shorter.

This process is indicated in patients with more than 6 mm dentomaxilar negative discrepancy. There is evidence that early intervention in children with dentoalveolar malocclusions is beneficial, improving over-jet and alignment of anterior maxillary and mandibular. It is feasible to treat severe dentomaxilar discrepancy with serial extraction. The evidence is insufficient to open bite and bad habits. Interceptive treatment requires lengthy follow up and does not eliminate the need for corrective treatment.

There is no evidence that the resolution interceptive crossbite is positive. Reportes de prevalencia o corte transversal. Ortodoncia interceptiva en general. En el grupo de los casos el segundo modelo usado fue el que se obtuvo al finalizar dicho tratamiento. Marabelli et al. Jolley et al. King et al. Seehra et al. En otro estudio Naoumova et al.

Baccetti et al. Luego el tornillo fue bloqueado y se mantuvo el aparato por 6 meses. Mordida cruzada posterior. Sin embargo Almeida et al. Sin embargo esto es de bajo nivel de evidencia. O'Shaughnessy et al. Recomiendan informar a los padres los riesgos y los beneficios de ambos enfoques de tratamiento. Lara et al. Caso 1. Inicio de tratamiento septiembre de Fig. Caso 2. Sin embargo se observa una mejora en el entrecruzamiento vertical, al contrario de lo reportado por ellos.

Al igual que lo reportado por King et al. El tratamiento interceptivo requiere de un largo seguimiento y no elimina la necesidad de tratamiento correctivo. American Association of Orthodontics. My Life. My Smyle. My Orthodontist. Glossary of Orthodontic Terms. Posterior crossbite-treatment and stability. Oral Sci. Alam, M. A to Z Orthodontics. Preventive and Interceptive Orthodontics.

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InTech, Efficiency ofserial extractionand late premolar extraction cases treated with fixed appliances. Parkin, N. Extraction of primary baby teeth for unerupted palatally displaced permanent canine teeth in children. Sambataro, S. Early predictive variables for upper canine impaction as derived from posteroanterior cephalograms. Seehra, J. Interceptive orthodontic treatment in bullied adolescents and its impact on self-esteem and oral-health-related quality of life.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What should I do if a bracket gets off? You must try to see your orthodontist as soon as possible, but if there is a lot of inconvenience and the bracket stays turning or turning in the arch, you can withdraw it with a depilating tweezer and put it in a box or any sure place until you take it to your orthodontist so that he could place it again. Watch video clip with the answer — Back to top. How often should I visit my orthodontist? The control of the treatment should be supervised approximately every 20 — 30 days.

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