Clinical information in using mini-screws in orthodontics

Pandurangan Harikrishnan
International Journal of Orthodontics 2013, 24 (1): 19-24
Mini-screws in orthodontics has become the most commonly used skeletal temporary anchorage device. The basic clinical information regarding its indications, contra-indications, implant sites, angulations, placement, maintenance and complications is presented to enlighten orthodontic practitioners planning to start using them.

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