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Francisco Munoz, Constanza Jiménez, Daniela Espinoza, Alain Vervelle, Jacques Beugnet, Ziyad Haidar
BACKGROUND: Demand for shorter treatment time is common in orthodontic patients. Periodontally Accelerated Osteogenic Orthodontics (PAOO) is a somewhat new surgical procedure which allows faster tooth movement via combining orthodontic forces with corticotomy and grafting of alveolar bone plates. Leukocyte and Platelet-Rich Fibrin (L-PRF) possess hard- and soft-tissue healing properties. Further, evidence of pain-inhibitory and anti-inflammatory potential is growing. Therefore, this study explores the feasibility, intra- and post-operative effects of using L-PRF in PAOO in terms of post-operative pain, inflammation, infection and post-orthodontic stability...
April 2016: Journal of Clinical and Experimental Dentistry
Aghanashini Suchetha, Puzhankara Lakshmi, Keshava Prasad, Garg Akanksha, Apoorva Sm, Mundinamane Darshan
Periodontally accelerated osteogenic orthodontics (PAOO) is a clinical procedure that combines selective alveolar corticotomy, particulate bone grafting and the application of orthodontic forces. PAOO can play an important role in the comprehensive treatment of a patient's occlusal and esthetic needs. This technique has been shown to increase alveolar bone thickness, decrease treatment time and enhance post-treatment orthodontic stability. Contained in this review is a discussion of the different aspects of PAOO and an assessment of its role in comprehensive treatment planning for the orthodontic patient...
August 2014: New York State Dental Journal
Goyal Amit, Kalra Jps, Bhatiya Pankaj, Singla Suchinder, Bansal Parul
With an increasing number of adult patients coming to the orthodontic clinic, the orthodontic professional is constantly looking for ways to accelerate tooth movement. Surgical intervention to affect the alveolar housing and tooth movement has been described in various forms for over a hundred years. However, it is the spirit of interdisciplinary collaboration in orthodontics has expanded the realm of traditional orthodontic tooth movement protocols. Periodontal accelerated osteogenic orthodontics (PAOO) is a clinical procedure that combines selective alveolar corticotomy, particulate bone grafting, and the application of orthodontic forces...
December 1, 2012: Journal of Clinical and Experimental Dentistry
Hongbo Yu, Feifei Jiao, Bo Wang, Steve Guofang Shen
Our aim was to evaluate the application of piezoelectric decortication in periodontally accelerated osteogenic orthodontics (PAOO). One hundred fifty-six patients with severe skeletal malocclusions were enrolled in this study. Ultrasonic decortications were performed in 187 labial or lingual PAOO of the maxillary and mandibular anterior teeth. Orthodontic decompensation started from the fifth day after operation. All patients healed uneventfully and no severe periodontic complications were recorded. Rapid teeth movement and relatively short treatment duration were realized...
2013: Journal of Craniofacial Surgery
Subraya G Bhat, Vishal Singh, Mahalinga K Bhat
An increasing number of adult patients have been seeking orthodontic treatment, and a short treatment time has been a recurring request. To meet their expectations, a number of innovative techniques have been developed to accelerate orthodontic tooth movement. Significant acceleration in orthodontic tooth movement has been extensively reported following a combination of selective alveolar decortication and bone grafting surgery with the latter being responsible for the increased scope of tooth movement and the long-term improvement of the periodontium...
October 2012: Journal of Indian Society of Periodontology
Shmuel Einy, Jacob Horwitz, Dror Aizenbud
Adult orthodontics poses a challenge for practitioners as it involves unique biomechanical considerations due to biologic age related changes and lack of skeletal growth potential. Dental risks in adult orthodontics include, amongst others, root resorption and periodontal complications. As modern life calls for quick and efficient orthodontic treatments, a novel orthodontic modality was developed utilizing adjunctive periodontal surgery that includes bone corticotomy combined with bone augmentation. This multidisciplinary team approach: Periodontally Accelerated Osteogenic Orthodontics (PAOO) or Wilckodontics seems to be promising not only for reducing orthodontic treatment duration, but also for biological aspects during and after orthodontic treatment...
October 2011: Alpha Omegan
Itzhak Binderman, Nasser Gadban, Hila Bahar, Avishai Herman, Avinoam Yaffe
It is apparent that tooth movement is enhanced by procedures that elevate the remodeling of alveolar bone, and of periodontal and gingival fibrous tissues. The periodontally accelerated osteogenic orthodontics (PAOO) also termed as Wilckodontics, involves full-thickness labial and lingual alveolar flaps accompanied with limited selective labial and lingual surgical scarring of cortical bone (corticotomy). Most of the authors suggest that the RAP is the major stimulus for alveolar bone remodeling, enabling the PAOO...
September 2010: International Orthodontics
Hessam Nowzari, Frank Kazuo Yorita, Hsuan-Chen Chang
This case report documents the first use of particulate autogenous bone graft with the corticotomy-assisted rapid orthodontic procedure known as periodontally accelerated osteogenic orthodontics (PAOO). A 41-year-old man, with class II, division 2 crowded occlusion, was treated with the PAOO procedure. Buccal mucoperiosteal flaps were reflected, and selected vertical and horizontal corticotomy was performed around the roots in both the maxillary and mandibular arches. Particulate bone graft was harvested from the rami and exostosis for alveolar ridge augmentation...
May 2008: Compendium of Continuing Education in Dentistry
S Morera, A I Castellote, O Jauregui, I Casals, M C López-Sabater
OBJECTIVES: To determine which triacylglycerol (TAG) species in mature human milk are less affected by external factors and may thus be considered as TAG markers, as well as to determine which species are most influenced by these external conditions. Furthermore, we examine the correlation between the TAG markers and their fatty acids (FAs). SETTING AND SUBJECTS: Six healthy women from Barcelona (Catalonia, Spain). DESIGN AND INTERVENTIONS: In order to obtain the maximum variability of sampling conditions, 40 mature human milk samples were collected from different mothers, on different days, at different times of the day, and from different breasts during and after both the baby's and mother's meal...
December 2003: European Journal of Clinical Nutrition
M T Hierro, M C Tomás, F Fernández-Martín, G Santa-María
The triglyceride composition of avocado oil was determined by high-performance liquid chromatography using a light-scattering detector. Two avocado varieties, Fuerte and Hass, were analysed, and the qualitative composition of each was found to be similar, though quantitative differences were detected. The triglyceride composition was predicted using a system of equations based on the relationship between log k' and the molecular variables equivalent carbon number, chain length and number of double bonds for each of the fatty acids in the glycerides...
August 28, 1992: Journal of Chromatography
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