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Effect of different bleaching treatment protocols on shear bond strength of bonded orthodontic brackets with no-primer adhesive resin
Saeid Sadeghian, Shirin Garavand, Amin Davoudi
BACKGROUNDS: Bleaching procedure can be companied before, during, or after orthodontic treatments. However, the risk of compromised bond strength of brackets to bleached enamels is in debate....
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Evaluation of stress changes in the maxilla with fixed functional appliances—A 3D FEM study
Balaji Kendre, Anil Kumar, K Nillian Shetty, Gautham Hedge, Vinay Umale, Rohit Kulshrestha
AIM: To evaluate the stress changes in the maxilla during fixed functional appliance use using three-dimensional finite element method (FEM) stress analysis. SETTINGS AND SAMPLE POPULATIO...
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Comparison of canine retraction by conventional and corticotomy-facilitated methods: A split mouth clinical study
Monis Raza, Payal Sharma, Piush Kumar, Shubhra Vaish, Bhavana Pathak
OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this split-mouth single-centered, parallel-group, randomized clinical trial was to evaluate the efficiency of corticotomy-facilitated orthodontics in rapid canine re...
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ISSN - Print: 2278-1897,
Online: 2278-0203

Journal of Orthodontic Science, a publication of Saudi Orthodontic Society, is a peer-reviewed online journal with Continues print on demand compilation of issues published.

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