By Dai Roberts-Harry, Jonathan Sandy, British Dental Association
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Extra resources for A clinical guide to orthodontics
Edward Angle was very influential during the 1890s in developing orthodontics as a speciality, with himself as the ‘father of modern orthodontics’. He is credited with much of the development in the concept of occlusion in the natural dentition and a classification of malocclusion. Angle believed in non-extraction orthodontic treatment and that every person had the potential for an ideal relationship of all 32 teeth. He was also concerned with the ideal facial aesthetics which he felt could be achieved when the dental arches had been expanded so that all the teeth were in ideal occlusion.
6 Reduction in tooth size, particularly in the labial segments with interdental stripping, is another potential mechanism to relieve crowding. qxd 27/01/2004 10:08 Page 196 PRACTICE This work was done over 25 years ago and does not reflect contemporary use of inter-dental enamel reduction or current retention regimes. The reduction in tooth number is usually achieved with extractions and these cases ideally need to be compared with treated non extraction cases with spacing, cases treated by arch expansion to accommodate crowding and untreated normal occlusions.
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A clinical guide to orthodontics by Dai Roberts-Harry, Jonathan Sandy, British Dental Association