Alternativas ortodóncico-quirúrgicas para dientes anquilosados

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Juan Felipe Giraldo Mira
Mariluz Velásquez Velásquez

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Juan Felipe Giraldo Mira, Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia

Odon.

Mariluz Velásquez Velásquez, Universidad CES

Odon. Esp. Cirug. Máx-fac.

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Resumen

El tratamiento de dientes anquilosados presenta un gran desafio en odontologia. El manejo debe incluir tecnicas ortodoncico- quirurgicas para obtener un resultado estetico y funcional satisfactorio. Las opciones de tratamiento son la remocion quirurgica, luxacion quirurgica, osteotomia segmentaria con reposicion inmediata y osteotomia segmentaria con distraccion osteogenica, que puede hacerse a su vez con distractores o con ortodoncia, logrando unos resultados aceptables a largo plazo.  

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