Surgically Assisted Orthodontics

Surgically-assisted orthodontics is used to avoid conventional orthodontic care such as root resporption, decalcification, and relapse. The surgically-assisted orthodontics procedure is performed in the office setting under I.V. sedation and involves stippling of the cortical bone around the teeth that are to be moved along with bone grafting following the placement of your braces by orthodontist. This procedure confines the power of bone physiology by changing how your teeth and surrounding bone respond to braces

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