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Bite raising appliance

Abhay Datarkar, Surendra Daware, Ravi Dande
INTRODUCTION: Temporomandibular disorders (TMDs) represent a group of painful conditions involving the muscles of mastication and the temporomandibular joint (TMJ) that frequently encountered in general clinical practice. This study is designed to assess the utility of vacuum pressed silicon sheet as a bite raising appliance in the management of TMJ dysfunction syndrome. METHODOLOGY: The patients for this study were selected from those with the chief complaint of TMJ disorder...
September 2017: Journal of Maxillofacial and Oral Surgery
Jia Liu, Shi-Yu Liu, Ya-Juan Zhao, Xu Gu, Qiang Li, Zuo-Lin Jin, Yong-Jin Chen
BACKGROUND: A rodent occlusal hypofunction model has been widely established in jawbone-related studies. However, the effects of occlusal stimuli, with total elimination of molar contacts, and its rehabilitation on mandibular remodeling remain unclear. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Forty-eight 5-wk-old Sprague-Dawley male rats were used. Twenty-four experimental rats underwent occlusal hypofunction by insertion of a bite-raising appliance. Twenty-four rats received no treatment (control group)...
February 2016: Journal of Surgical Research
Jia Liu, Zuo-lin Jin, Qiang Li
BACKGROUD: Normal occlusion is very important for physiological structure of mandible. However, the details of influences of occlusal hypofunction and its recovery on the three-dimensional architecture of mandibular alveolar bone in growing rats are still lacking. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Forty-eight growing male Sprague-Dawley rats were randomly divided into normal (n = 24), hypofunctional (n = 12), and recovery (n = 12) groups. The hypofunction group was developed by inserting a bite-raising appliance between the maxillary and mandibular incisors of the rats...
January 2015: Journal of Surgical Research
Oyku Dalci, Ayse Tuba Altug, Ufuk Toygar Memikoglu
OBJECTIVES: The present study aimed to compare the treatment outcomes of a fixed-functional appliance (Twin-Force Bite Corrector - TFBC) and a conventional removable functional appliance (Activator) in the treatment of skeletal Class II malocclusions. METHODS: The TFBC and Activator Groups each included 10 young adults possessing a skeletal Class II malocclusion, and the treatment outcomes of both groups were quantified and compared, using lateral cephalometric radiographs, with an untreated skeletal Class II Control Group...
May 2014: Australian Orthodontic Journal
Masahide Motokawa, Akiko Terao, Ersan I Karadeniz, Masato Kaku, Toshitsugu Kawata, Yayoi Matsuda, Carmen Gonzales, M Ali Darendeliler, Kazuo Tanne
OBJECTIVES: To investigate the effects of long-term, artificially created, hypofunctional occlusion and its recovery on the morphology of rat molar roots. MATERIAL AND METHODS: Eighteen 5-week-old Wistar-strain male rats were randomly divided according to their periodontal conditions into normal, hypofunctional, and recovery groups (n = 6 in each). In the experimental hypofunctional and recovery groups, a bite-raising appliance was set to produce hypofunction at the molar region...
July 2013: Angle Orthodontist
L Favero, A Winkler, V Favero
AIM: Delaire-type facemask is still the appliance of choice for non surgical paediatric Class III treatment. However, it entails great aesthetical problems and is totally dependent on patient compliance. A new modified maxillary protractor was then designed: it is monomaxillary, fixed, implant-supported, aesthetically pleasing and it does not require patient compliance. The aims of this study were to evaluate the clinical use and analyse the effects of a new appliance called Fixed Maxillary Protractor...
September 2012: European Journal of Paediatric Dentistry: Official Journal of European Academy of Paediatric Dentistry
M Nikolopoulou, M Naeije, G Aarab, H L Hamburger, C M Visscher, F Lobbezoo
It has recently been suggested that wearing a maxillary occlusal splint (i.e. a hard acrylic resin dental appliance that covers the occlusal surfaces of the maxillary dentition and that is being indicated for the treatment of, e.g. temporomandibular pain) may be associated with a risk of aggravating obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA). The present study tested the hypothesis that raising the bite without mandibular protrusion in OSA patients is associated with an increase in the apnoea-hypopnoea index (AHI). Eighteen OSA patients (13 men; 49·5 ± 8·1 years old) received a mandibular advancement device in 0% protrusion of the mandible (0%MAD)...
September 2011: Journal of Oral Rehabilitation
Hayato Kanayama, Yuji Masuda, Tadafumi Adachi, Yoshinori Arai, Takafumi Kato, Toshifumi Morimoto
Previous studies have investigated the effects of increasing the occlusal vertical dimension (OVD) with an oral appliance on masticatory muscle EMG activity during oral behaviours in humans and animals. The present study investigated whether a short-term and reversible increase in OVD, followed by a reduction in OVD to the normal level, resulted in a time-correlated change in the EMG activities of the masseter and digastric muscles during chewing. To do this, a guinea pig model in which an increased OVD was established with natural tooth contacts was used...
August 2011: Archives of Oral Biology
Yuanshu Ge, Jin Liu, Xin Guo, Jianli Han
The purpose of this study was to investigate the outcome of early interceptive treatment of primary anterior crossbites with posterior occlusal acrylic resin blocks in combination with a 2 × 4 appliance, and to examine the differences in craniofacial morphology between the stable and relapse groups. Lateral cephalograms of 46 subjects (17 males and 29 females; average mean age 4 years 2 months ± 5 months) with a primary anterior crossbite were obtained before (T0) and immediately after (T1) treatment and at a 6 year follow-up (T2)...
October 2011: European Journal of Orthodontics
Aristidis Arhakis, Nikolaos Topouzelis, Eleni Kotsiomiti, Nikolaos Kotsanos
Lesch-Nyhan syndrome (LNS) is an X-linked disorder originating from deficiency of the enzyme hypoxanthine guanine phosphoribosyl transferase. It is characterized by neurological manifestations, including the dramatic symptom of compulsive self-mutilation, which results in destruction of oral and perioral tissues. Several drug trials have been administered to improve the severe self-destructive behaviour, with questionable effectiveness. Invasive treatment approaches, such as extraction of teeth and orthognathic surgery, have been suggested with variable success...
December 2010: Dental Traumatology: Official Publication of International Association for Dental Traumatology
Michael Knösel, Klaus Jung, Gero Kinzinger, Oskar Bauss, Wilfried Engelke
The purpose of this study was to quantify the impact of oral screen (OS) application on intra-oral pressure characteristics in three malocclusion groups. Fifty-six randomly recruited participants (26 males and 30 females) who met the inclusion criteria of either an Angle Class I occlusal relationships or Angle Class II1 or II2 malocclusions, were assigned by dentition to group I (n = 31), group II1 (n = 12), or group II2 (n = 13). Two 3 minute periods of intra-oral pressure monitoring were conducted on each participant, using two different oral end fittings connected to a piezo-resistive relative pressure sensor: (1) a flexible OS and (2) a small-dimensioned air-permeable end cap (EC), which was placed laterally in the premolar region, thus recording intra-oral pressure independent of the influence of the OS...
October 2010: European Journal of Orthodontics
J Maguire, J G Steele, G J Gibson, J A Wilson, N Steen, G I McCracken
OBJECTIVES: To compare a mandibular advancement splint to a control bite raising appliance in the treatment of snoring with or without mild obstructive sleep apnoea syndrome. DESIGN: A prospective two-treatment randomised cross-over clinical trial. SETTING: Single centre secondary care Dental Hospital. PARTICIPANTS: Fifty-two subjects (36 men, 16 women) diagnosed with non-apnoeic snoring or mild obstructive sleep apnoea syndrome (apnoea/hypopnoea index < or =15 events/h), were recruited from Departments of Respiratory Medicine and ENT surgery, Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust...
June 2010: Clinical Otolaryngology
Emi Oie, Mariko Horiuchi, Kunimichi Soma
OBJECTIVE: To examine changes in gravity fluctuation caused by experimentally altering the area of occlusal contact. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Subjects consisted of 15 adult Japanese males with normal stomatognathic function, no missing teeth except for the third molars, and equivalent occlusal contact in the anterior and bilateral posterior regions. Silicon biteplates fabricated for each subject to evaluate gravity fluctuation in relation to changes in occlusal contact area were as follows: RP(-)-OC(+) (entire occlusal surface covered in centric occlusion); RP(+)-OC(+) (entire occlusal surface covered with bite slightly raised); Ant or Pos/RP(+)-OC(+) (anterior or posterior region selectively covered); and RP(+)-OC(-) (only retromolar pads covered, no occlusal coverage)...
May 2010: Angle Orthodontist
Hayato Kanayama, Yuji Masuda, Tadafumi Adachi, Yoshinori Arai, Takafumi Kato, Toshifumi Morimoto
Previous studies analysed the temporal changes of occlusal vertical dimension (OVD) with natural molar tooth contacts in bite-raised guinea pigs and found that the OVD is strictly maintained in the growing guinea pigs. Since the OVD is considered to be the influencing factor for performing mastication, we hypothesised that a control of the OVD is integrated with maintenance of an appropriate chewing behavior. In young adult guinea pigs with or without bite-raised treatment, the OVD was measured by micro-CT and stable chewing movements were recorded during 11 days after the removal of the bite-raising appliance...
January 2010: Archives of Oral Biology
Susanne Wriedt, Verena Buhl, Bilal Al-Nawas, Heiner Wehrbein
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVE: Some patients with open bite who have been treated with combined fixed orthodontic appliances and bimaxillary osteotomy relapse in the vertical dimension after the end of treatment following initially successful correction of the vertical dimension. The aim of this study was to identify those parameters that raise the tendency to relapse. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Nineteen patients who underwent combined treatment using fixed orthodontic appliances and bimaxillary osteotomy due to open bite (overbite < 0 mm), were examined and documented at least 2 years after surgery...
July 2009: Journal of Orofacial Orthopedics, Fortschritte der Kieferorthopädie
Kuniko Saito, Takayuki Ikeda, Nobuhito Gionhaku, Toshimitsu Iinuma, Jin Sato, Jun Lee
The purpose of this study was to demonstrate how short-term wearing of an oral appliance (OA) with equal bite-raising distance but with varying protrusions affects occlusal force, contact area and load center. Twelve young healthy volunteers participated. With the appliance, the mandible was protruded 0%, 45%, 60% and 75% of maximum protrusion capacity, with 10 mm bite-raising between the first molars. The occlusal force, contact area and load center at maximum voluntary clenching were measured before wearing the OA, at 1 h, 3 h and 6 h during wearing, and 1 h after removal...
September 2008: Journal of Oral Science
Yohei Shioda, Nobuhito Gionhaku, Kuniko Saitoh, Tatsuya Narita, Toshio Fujimoto, Shogo Sumi, Hiroyasu Matsumori
PURPOSE: Little information is available on the mandibular protrusion with oral appliances (OA) for the treatment of obstructive sleep apnea syndrome (OSAS) to have no negative effect on the stomatognathic system. The purpose of the current study was to assess the influence of mandibular protrusion on occlusion to fabricate the appropriate OA. METHODS: Twelve healthy adults were selected. With the OA in position, the mandible was advanced 0, 45, 60, 75% of maximum protrusion capacity; bite raising distance between the first molars was 5mm (OA5-0, 45, 60 and 75)...
January 2008: Nihon Hotetsu Shika Gakkai Zasshi
Pavankumar J Vibhute, Sunita Srivastava, P V Hazarey
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April 2006: Journal of Clinical Orthodontics: JCO
Anestis Mavropoulos, Patrick Ammann, Andrea Bresin, Stavros Kiliaridis
This study investigates the structural adaptation of the mandibular bone when subjected to different masticatory functional and mechanical demands during growth. The effect of two experimental factors, the insertion of a bite block and the alteration of food consistency, on the bone mineral density (BMD) of the mandible was investigated in growing rats. Fifty-two male albino rats were divided into two equal groups, fed with either the standard hard diet or soft diet, at the age of four weeks. After two weeks, half the animals in both groups had their upper molars fitted with an upper posterior bite block...
July 2005: Angle Orthodontist
Anestis Mavropoulos, Andrea Bresin, Stavros Kiliaridis
Functional appliances displace the mandible forward and/or downward, causing a stretching of the orofacial soft tissues, muscles included. The resulting forces are directly or indirectly transmitted to the underlying dento-skeletal tissues. The hypothesis underlying the present investigation was that the insertion of a bite-opening appliance influences the lateral morphology of the rat mandible during growth, and that, moreover, this influence depends on the masticatory functional demands. One-hundred and four 4-wk-old male albino rats were divided into two groups, fed a hard and soft diet, respectively...
June 2004: European Journal of Oral Sciences
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