Traditional orthodontic tooth movement is based on the concept that application of a protracted force causes alveolar bone remodelling and adaptive changes in periodontal and dental tissues. Thus, if orthodontic tooth movement is described as a biological bone reaction to orthodontic forces mediated by the periodontal ligament (PDL), this event involves a series of sophisticated signal transduction processes that allows the PDL compression with specific histologic and biomolecular modifications. However, the preservation of the integrity of the PDL is generally difficult to achieve when it is associated with a long duration of orthodontic treatment. A total of 20 Caucasian patients with different dental-skeletal were treated using the Monocortical Tooth Dislocation and Ligament Distraction (MTDLD) technique with Piezosurgery associated with morphologic and histological evaluation of the PDL. The histological results obtained, confirm a good clinical outcome with an improvement of the speed on orthodontic treatment without any signs of tissue injury of PDL fiber without areas of hyalinization. The data suggests that MTDLD with Piezosurgery seems to be a valid alternative to the traditional orthodontic movement in adult patients preserving the anatomy and the integrity of PDL.
|Titolo:||Histological evaluation of periodontal ligament in human after orthodontic treatment with piezosurgery and monolateral tooth dislocation and ligament distraction technique: a first morphologic and histologic evaluation|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2018|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||01.01 Articolo in Rivista|