Apoorva Bajaj*


Anchorage control is a key factor in the success of orthodontic treatment. Recent developments in implantology now allows stationary anchorage without the use of extraoral appliances or complex biomechanical procedures. Miniimplants–enhanced anchorage has become a popular concept in orthodontics. Use of skeletal anchorage devices such as osseous dental implants, miniplates, miniscrews or microscrews offers clinicians’ reliable anchorage without patient compliance. Among these anchorage devices, miniscrew implants have increasingly been used for orthodontic anchorage because of their absolute anchorage, easy placement and removal, and cost effectiveness. Therefore, the skeletal anchorage system offers a nonsurgical orthodontic treatment option for skeletal (surgical) malocclusions, as well as a nonextraction treatment for malocclusions characterized by severe maxillary or mandibular protrusion, and/or anterior crowding. The purpose of the present article is to compare the mini- implant supported mechanics with conventional mechanics with the help of cases treated in the department of orthodontics.

Keywords: Dental implants, miniplates, miniscrews or microscrews.

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