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Temporary Anchorage Devices in Orthodontics

Miniscrews - Mini-implants
CBCT - Planning of TAD placement
Awatef SHAAR (BAU-LB)
Mohamad ABOUALNASER (Connecticut-USA)
Oussama SANDID (Paris-FR)
Orthodontists
Contact: dr.aboualnaser@hotmail.com
6-CBCT - Planning of TAD
placement
6a-CBCT -Planning of TAD placement
Anatomical guidelines for miniscrew placement

Genevive L. Machado, https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4273277/


6b-CBCT -Planning of TAD placement
LE MAY Jules Graham J.
6c-CBCT -Planning of TADs placement
Dr Jules Lemay

CBCT - Intrusion By Miniscrews Awatef SHAAR ,Mohamad ABOUALNASER , Oussama SANDID

https://www.orthodontisteenligne.com/appareils/mini-vis-dancrage-exemples-cliniques/
6d-CBCT- TADs Dr Alexandre Khairallah

3D reformat showing the 3d positioning of a mini screw


6f-CBCT- TADs
Dr Alexandre Khairallah

Mini Screw positioned in a wrong direction


6g-CBCT- TADs
Dr Alexandre Khairallah

3D reformat showing the wrong tipping of the left canine

Alexandre Khairallah
Private collection
Property of CLIR
6h-CBCT- TADs
Demonstrations of the lines of traction force by cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT) images.
A, Right sagittal view; B, left sagittal biew; C, coronal view. In right and left sagittal views of the
CBCT scan, the angle between the lines of traction from the helix to the minscrews relative to the
occlusal plane clearly indicate the apical direction of distal driving force. The coronal view shows
the divergent distal driving force as the expansion component of applied force

https://openi.nlm.nih.gov/detailedresult.php?img=PMC4593868_kjod-45-236-g004&req=4
6i-CBCT Evaluation - TADs
Awatef SHAAR ,Mohamad ABOUALNASER , Oussama SANDID

CT evaluation of interradicular bone between maxillary first molars and second premolars
in 21 patients, 2mm, 4mm, 6mm, and 8mm apical to alveolar crestal margin (CP = contact
point; AC = alveolar crest).

Ludwig, Glasl, Bowman, Wilmes, Kinzinger, and Lisson


https://www.jco-online.com/archive/article-view.aspx?year=2011&month=08&articlenum=433
6j-CBCT Evaluation - TADs
TADs

http://www.ijdr.in/articles/2012/23/1/images/IndianJDentRes_2012_23_1_49_99038_f2.jpg
6k-CBCT Evaluation TADs

Stress distributions in peri-miniscrew areas from cylindrical and tapered miniscrews


inserted at different angles

https://synapse.koreamed.org/DOIx.php?id=10.4041/kjod.2016.46.4.189&vmode=PUBREADER
Evaluation of mini-implant sites in the Posterior maxilla using traditional
radiographs and cone-beam computed tomography

Panoramic radiograph used to determine the mini-implant position (A). Cone-beam computed
tomography images for the same mini-implant where the apex of the mini-implant was
determined on the sagittal plane (B), coronal plane (C), and horizontal plane (D).

Mona A. Abbassy, Hanady M. Sabban, , Ali H. Hassan, , Khalid H. Zawawihttp://www.smj.org.sa/index.php/smj/article/view/12462/7745


Evaluation of mini-implant sites in the Posterior maxilla using
traditional radiographs and cone-beam computed tomography

Periapical radiograph used to determine the mini-implant position (A). Cone-beam computed
tomography images for the same mini-implant where the apex of the mini-implant was
determined on the sagittal plane (B), coronal plane (C), and horizontal plane (D).

Mona A. Abbassy, Hanady M. Sabban, , Ali H. Hassan, , Khalid H. Zawawihttp://www.smj.org.sa/index.php/smj/article/view/12462/7745


CBCT -TADs
A, Frontal view of a clear model showing the inclination of the microimplant; B, bottom
view of a clear model showing the relationship of the apex of the microimplant and the
roots; C, buccal view of the 3D image of the CT scans; D, bottom view of the 3D image of CT
scan. Arrows indicate the microimplant

https://www.researchgate.net/figure/50363068_fig10_Fig-11-Biomechanics-for-the-palatal-root-movement-of-the-maxillary-anterior-teeth-with