The dynforce archwire

Daniele Cantarella, Luca Lombardo, Giuseppe Siciliani
Annali di Stomatologia 2013, 4 (2): 204-11
This article is a presentation of a clinical methodology aimed at minimizing binding in fixed orthodontic appliances. The dynforce archwire is explained. The dynforce archwire has a full size anterior segment (e.g. .021×.025) and undersized posterior segments with rectangular cross-section (e.g. .018×.025 or .018×.022), and is used in the orthodontic phase of space closure with or without TAD miniscrews. Two clinical cases are presented.

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