DOI: https://doi.org/10.16925/od.v0i0.437

Biomecánica en el control molar

Juan Esteban Rendón Giraldo, Gabriel Castaño

Resumen


Una de las dificultades que surge durante la mecánica de tratamiento es el inadecuado control molar, el cual, tratado de una manera eficiente, permite un control preciso de fuerzas y de momentos, lo que aumenta la eficacia de la biomecánica. El conocimiento de los sistemas parciales 4 x 2, 6 x 2 y la barra traspalatina con sus diferentes formas de activación, dan una serie de ventajas que permiten la optimización de los resultados ortodóncicos. El objetivo de este artículo es aclarar conceptos, detallar posibles estrategias de
tratamiento y analizar los efectos secundarios que se presentan con estos sistemas.

Palabras clave


biomecánica; barra traspalatina; momentos diferenciales; sistemas parciales

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