LA TÉCNICA PAOO UNA ALTERNATIVA EN EL TRATAMIENTO ORTODONTICO: REVISIÓN DE LITERATURA

  • Sively Mercado

Resumen

Una alternativa que ha brindado beneficios en el tratamiento ortodóntico al disminuir la reabsorción radicular y brindar mejor estabilidad después del tratamiento es la terapia ortodoncica periodontal mente avanzada, para conseguir éxito en el tratamiento debe haber una estricta cooperación entre el ortondocista y periodoncista durante la planificación del caso. En esta terapia es necesario realizar un abordaje quirúrgico llamado corticotomia que consiste en acceder a la cortical óseo, este proceso activa una cascada fisiológica encargada de producir el movimiento ortodontico acelerado. Existen resultados clínicos e histológicos prometedores, comprobados por la evidencia científica. PAOO aumenta el movimiento ortodóntico después de la decorticacion alveolar y el aumento óseo contribuye a la unión ósea brindando estabilidad del tratamiento al largo plazo; aumentar el volumen alveolar y reforzar el periodonto.

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MERCADO, Sively. LA TÉCNICA PAOO UNA ALTERNATIVA EN EL TRATAMIENTO ORTODONTICO: REVISIÓN DE LITERATURA. Odontología Activa Revista Científica, [S.l.], v. 3, n. 1, p. 45-50, mar. 2018. ISSN 2588-0624. Disponible en: <http://oactiva.ucacue.edu.ec/index.php/oactiva/article/view/147>. Fecha de acceso: 22 abr. 2018 doi: https://doi.org/10.26871/oactiva.v3i1.147.
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