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Fortschritte der Kieferorthopädie

, Volume 41, Issue 3, pp 200–211 | Cite as

Beeinflußbarkeit des suturalen Wachstums durch kieferorthopädische Maßnahmen

  • B. Thilander
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Zusammenfassung

Histologische Untersuchungen haben gezeigt, daß der Zeitpunkt für die Suturenschließung großen individuellen Schwankungen unterliegt. Eine orthodontische Behandlung, entweder in Form einer Dehnung oder Kompression der Sutura, sollte frühzeitig eingesetzt werden. Der beste Zeitpunkt fällt daher in das Wechselgebiß, weil die eruptierenden Prämolaren und Eckzähne in einen Zahnbogen durchbrechen, der in Anpassung an die Mandibula transversal hinreichend verbreitert worden ist.

Summary

Histological studies have shown that great variations exist among individuals over the age at which the sutures commence to close. An orthodontic treatment such as expansion or compression of the mid-line suture, should therefore be started early. The best period seems to be during the mixed dentition. The premolars and canines can then erupt into a maxillary dental arch which has been widened transversally so that it corresponds with that of the mandible.

Résumé

Des études histologiques ont montré qu'il y a de grandes variations individuelles concernant l'âge où les sutures maxillaires se ferment. Un traitement par expansion ou compression de la suture maxillaire devrait débuter précocément. Le meilleur moment se situe pendant la période de denture mixte; le maxillaire ayant été élargi au préalable, canines et prémolaires peuvent faire éruption et engréner correctement avec la mandibule.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • B. Thilander
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  1. 1.Department of Orthodontics, Faculty of OdontologyUniversity of GöteborgSchweden

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