Current products and practice: bone anchorage devices in orthodontics

Jagadish Prabhu, Richard R J Cousley
Journal of Orthodontics 2006, 33 (4): 288-307
Bone anchorage is a promising new field in orthodontics and already a wide variety of bone anchorage devices (BADs) are available commercially. This review aims to assist clinicians by outlining the principles of bone anchorage and the salient features of the available systems, especially those that may influence the choice of a specific BAD for anchorage reinforcement.

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