Biomechanics and Esthetic Strategies in Clinical Orthodontics

Biomechanics and Esthetic Strategies in Clinical Orthodontics

By Ravindra Nanda, BDS, MDS, PhD, Professor and Head, Department of Orthodontics, School of Dental Medicine, University of Connecticut Health Center, Farmington, CT


TABLE OF CONTENTS:
1. Principles of Biomechanics
2. Biologic Mechanisms in Orthodontic Tooth Movement
3. Individualized Orthodontic Diagnosis
4. Individualized Orthodontic Treatment Planning
5. Social Psychology of Facial Appearance
6. Esthetics in Tooth Display and Smile Design
7. Managment of Deep Overbite Malocclusion
8. Management of Open Bite Malocclusion
9. Biomechanics Strategies for Nonextraction Class II Malocclusions
10. Biomechanics Basis of Extraction Space Closure
11. Clinical Practice Guidelines for Developing Class III Malocclusion
12. Treatment Strategies for Developing Class III Patients
13. Biomechanical Aspects of a Modified Protraction Headgear
14. Orthodontic Anchorage and Skeletal Implants
15. A Bioefficient Skeletal Anchorage System
16. Biomechanical Factors in Surgical Orthodontics
17. Biomechanic Strategies for Optimal Finishing
18. Interrelationship of Orthodontics with Periodontics and Restorative Dentistry