SpeakerDr. Jeong-il Kim
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10. Finishing Procedures (Part 2)

MEAW can achieve various aspects of tooth movement by using MEAW wires with  

tip back activation and various rubber bands. This can be made by evaluating anterior,

molar and premolar of maxilla and mandible.

It is necessary to understand the difference between ideal arch-wire with tip back

bends, reverse curve NiTi, and MEAW with tip back bends used in the final stage.

In the final stage, individual teeth movements as well as skeletal improvement may be

required. It is necessary to understand Anterior Vertical Elastics for the open bite

treatment, Class Il elastics for Class Il relationships improvement, Class III elastics for

Class III relationships improvement, midline elastics for improvement of the central 

displacement and the teeth movement aspects caused by using technics above.

For example, the effect of orthodontic treatment can be maximized by understanding

teeth movement aspects which is caused during leveling or closing the space where the

tooth was extracted and teeth movement aspects which is caused by the rubber bands 

used in the final stage in the cases of class II and III non-extraction treatment, maxillary

and mandibular first premolar extraction, maxillary first premolar and mandibular

second premolar extraction.

The anticipated treatment results can be achieved by understanding the rubber band

sequence used in the final stage. In addition, reverse occlusion on posterior which can

occur during the final stage allow improvement of reverse occlusion on anterior and 

normal occlusion by using expansion arch-wire as an overlay type which is allowing 

free tongue movement.

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1. Tooth Movement in MEAW (Part 1): Anterior Vertical Elastics (AVE) 1) Finishing arch-wire
2) MEAW with tip back activation
3) MEAW with anterior vertical elastics
2. Orthodontic Elastics 1) Elastics vs mini screws
2) Orthdontic elastics
3) MEAW and elastics
3. Tooth Movement in MEAW (Part 2): Class II Elastics 1) Class II elastics for Class II correction
2) Class II: Etiology and treatment
3) Class II correction and elastics
4. Tooth Movement in MEAW (Part 3): Class III Elastics 1) Class III elastics for Class III correction
2) Class III: Etiology and treatment
3) Class III correction and elastics
4) Class III MEAW adjustment
5. Tooth Movement in MEAW (Part 4): Midline Elastics 1) Midline deviation: Etiology and treatment
2) Midline correction elastics
3) Adjustment for midline correction
6. Tooth Movement in MEAW (Part 5): After Extraction Treatment 1) MEAW in premolar extraction cases: Torque and loop position
2) How can we handle the extraction space?
3) What kinds of elastics to use?
7. Practical Tooth Movement in MEAW (Part 1): Non-extraction Teatment, Open bite 1) Non-extraction treatment: Open bite, case 1
2) Non-extraction treatment: Open bite, case 2
8. Practical Tooth Movement in MEAW (Part 2): Non-extraction Teatment, Class III 1) Non-extraction treatment: Class III malocclusion, case 1
2) Non-extraction treatment: Class III malocclusion, case 2
9. Practical Tooth Movement in MEAW (Part 3): Non-extraction Teatment, Class II 1) Non-extraction treatment: Class II malocclusion, case 1
2) Non-extraction treatment: Class II malocclusion, case 2
10. Practical Tooth Movement in MEAW (Part 4): U44, L44 Extraction Treatment 1) U44, L44 extraction treatment: Case 1
1) U44, L44 extraction treatment: Case 2
11. Practical Tooth Movement in MEAW (Part 5): U44, L55 Extraction Treatment 1) U44, L55 extraction treatment: Case 1
1) U44, L55 extraction treatment: Case 2
12. Practical Tooth Movement in MEAW (Part 6): U55, L55 Extraction Treatment 1) U55, L55 extraction treatment: Case 1
1) U55, L55 extraction treatment: Case 2
13. Practical Tooth Movement in MEAW (Part 7): Only U44 or U55 Extraction Treatment 1) Only U44 extraction treatment: Case 1
1) Only U55 extraction treatment: Case 2
14. Retrusive Control (Part 5): Finishing 1) Consideration factors during finishing stage
2) Finishing: MEAW and retrusive control
3) Retrusive control in retention
15. Finishing: Sequence of Elastic Use 1) MEAW and elastics
2) Midline elastics
3) Exercise for elastics
16. Expansion Archwires 1) Expansion archwire in MEAW
2) Expansion archwire: Fabrication and activation
3) Clinical application of expansion archwire
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