SpeakerDr. Jeong-il Kim
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5. Non-extraction Treatment (Part 1)

If we have decided on non-extraction treatment based on diagnosis,  

we have to come up with a treatment strategy.

In MEAW orthodontics, the Strategic Leveling and Alignment (SLA) is carried out which means 

the Open Coil Springs are used strategically while performing the Strategic Bonding.

In the non-extraction treatment, this can solve crowding without the use of mini screws, 

while minimizing labioversion of the original position of the maxillary and/or mandibular anterior teeth.

In particular, it will explain how to treat the rotated teeth or palatally-displaced lateral incisors.

Retrusive control, which prevents the mandible from moving backward in Class II malocclusion and 

midline deviation cases, is described.

The lecture is based on indications and clinical reports such as third molar extraction, 

reproximation and the maxillary second molar extraction among non-extraction treatment.

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1. Strategic Leveling and Alignment (Part 1): Utilization of Open Coil Springs 1) Full bonding & simple leveling and Strategic bonding & strategic leveling
2) Open coil springs: Purpose and usage
3) Tight cinch back bends and Loose cinch back bends
4) Various types of arch wires
2. Strategic Leveling and Lignment (Part 2): Strategic Bonding 1) Dr. Kim 10 keys for strategic bonding
2) Strategic bonding in full Class II
3) Differences between Mini screws vs. MEAW in leveling stage
3. Strategic Leveling and Alignment (Part 3): Diagrams 1) Strategic bonding and arch wires for non-extraction treatment
4. Decrowding in Non-extraction Treatment (Part 1): Space Openinig 1) Types of Crowding: Upper anterior crowding vs. Lower anterior crowding, Bilateral crowding vs. unilateral crowding
2) De-crowding methods
3) SWA vs. KIMS appliances
4) Crown lingual torque
5. Decrowding in Non-extraction Treatment (Part 2): Tooth Alignment 1) Tooth alignment after gaining space in De-crowding
2) Torque control arch wire
3) Retention after de-crowding
6. Palatal Displacement of Upper Lateral Incisors (Part 1) 1) Characteristics of palatally dispaced maxillary lateral incisors
2) Space opening for extraction and non-extraction treatment
3) When and what appliances should be used.
4) Elimination of occlusal force
7. Palatal Displacement of Upper Lateral Incisors (Part 2) 1) Tooth alignment
2) Cases using torque control arch wire
3) Retention after treatment
8. Torque Control Archwire: Fabrication 1) Cases using torque control arch wire
2) Root labial movement
3) Torque control arch wire
4) Clinical cases
9. Rotation Control (Part 1): Anterior teeth 1) Rotation of anterior teeth vs. posterior teeth
2) Bracket positioning
3) The solutions to rotated anterior tooth
10. Rotation Control (Part 2): Posterior teeth 1) The differences between rotation of anterior and posterior teeth
2) The solutions to rotated posterior tooth
3) Strategic leveling and alignment
11. Retrusive Control (Part 1): Introduction 1) Retrusive control and occlusion plane
2) Retrusive barrier of the first molar
3) Retrusive guidance and mandibular adaptation for the first premolar
12. Retrusive Control (Part 2): Non-extraction Treatment 1) Retrusive guidance and premolar position
2) Strategic bonding for non-extraction case
3) Full Class II treatment
13. Second and Third Molars: Neglected Aspects in Orthodontics 1) Why do we need to attach appliances to the second molar?
2) The eruption time and order of the posterior teeth
3) Posterior discrepancy
14. Third Molars and Orthodontic Diagnosis 1) Does the erupting third molar cause crowding?
2) Impaction of the third molar
3) Third molar Germectomy
4) When is the best time to extract the third molar?
15. Third Molar Extraction: Case 1 1) Patient: Female adult
2) C.C.: Protrusive lips and anterior crowding
3) Treatment: Third molar extraction
16. Reproximation 1) Reproximation: Indications and problems
2) Amount of reduction
3) When is reproximation needed?
4) Enamel reduction technique
17. Reproximation: Case 1 1) Patient : Female adult
2) C.C.: Protrusive lips and periodontal problems
3) Treatment: Reproximation
18. Second Molar Extraction (Part 1) 1) Premolar extraction: Advantages and disadvantages
2) The developmental stage of the third molar
3) Maxillary second molar extraction: Indication, advantages and disadvantages
4) Extraction timing
19. Second Molar Extraction (Part 2) 1) Clinical application of maxillary second molar extraction
20. Second Molar Extraction: Case 1 1) Patient : Male adolescent
2) C.C.: Anterior crowding
3) Treatment: #17 extraction
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