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A video showing the widening of the maxillary arch, or upper jaw, using a 2-banded RPE.
This appliance is used to expand constricted upper arch.
Maxillary transverse discrepancy usually requires expansion of the palate by a combination of orthopedic and orthodontic tooth movements. Three expansion treatment modalities are used today: rapid maxillary expansion, slow maxillary expansion and surgically assisted maxillary expansion. #ovidental #maxillaryexpansion #Orthodontics
Bi-Helix is an orthodontic appliance that is used to expand lower dental arch.
This appliance is used to expand constricted upper arch.
Dr. Inna Gellerman uses Palatal Expander to treat patients with crossbites (an upper jaw that is narrower than the lower). This creates extra room for eruption of the permanent teeth and improves the bite.
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This appliance is used to expand constricted upper arch.
When and Why Do You Need Rapid Palatal Expander (RPE) There are many dental and orthodontic appliances available to correct oral problems like misaligned teeth, jaw or narrow palate. Some of these procedures work the best when the patient is still young when the bones are soft, growing and easy to manipulate. One of the common dental appliances used by dentists on growing children is the rapid palatal expander (RPE). It is used to expand the palate and to correct the bite that either has a crossbite (“opposite” bite) or a narrow upper arch. It widens the upper jaw to create space for permanent teeth. RPE is usually worn for six to nine months in order to correct the bite. The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends correcting crossbites “as early as possible when behavior allows”, and at Smiles For Kids we can usually do it around 5 years of age. Young children are adaptable and flexible, and the procedure is smooth and easy for them. Since the joint of the upper palate is still non-convoluted, it is much easier to correct at this time. The RPE is an expander with two bands cemented onto last upper molars. They are connected by a metal screw that is turned daily to expand the appliance. Follow the dentist’s instructions regarding the turning schedule. We teach all our parents and caretakers how to turn the screw properly and easily. It usually takes two to four weeks to complete the active (or turning) part of treatment and following 6 months the appliance is passively providing retention. During the first two days, the patient may experience slight headaches and tightness, which is a normal effect. Over-the-counter pain medications will relieve any discomfort, but shouldn’t be needed for more than a couple of days. What to Expect Since the appliance is a foreign object, the patient may have difficulty speaking, chewing, eating and swallowing for the first few days, but after a couple of days children get used to it and do not experience any problems. Practicing speaking by reading a book aloud can help before the return to school. Soft diet will also help in those critical first days. To remove food particles trapped within the RPE, rinsing thoroughly with water after every meal and using a syringe that we will provide will help.
Are you getting an expander? We have a special guest giving you an up close and personal view of the process! Find out how an expander works, how to take care of it, and some tricks to making it as seamless as possible! Like this video, if you enjoyed it, subscribe and ring the bell for more! If you are in Dallas Texas and are thinking about braces, give us a call. 🤍 Check out more orthodontic content right here: 🤍 How To Know If You NEED Braces...SURPRISING FACTS you may not know.. 🤍 #gettingbraces #orthodontics #braces About PFO: Glad you’re here! Let’s jump right to it. The reality is, a smile is more than just teeth. Enhancing your smile is a lifestyle decision that we want to be a part of! Dr. Ryan Packard is the orthodontist at PFO in McKinney Texas, who will guide you along your journey to an improved quality of life. Straight teeth and confident smiles can be for patients of all ages. We have different methods of helping you achieve your goals, including, but not limited to, Invisalign® clear aligners and In-Ovation® self-ligating braces. On this channel, we will be answering the following questions to help you decide if orthodontic treatment is right for you. 1. Which orthodontic treatment is the fastest? 2. Which treatment is the best? Braces or Invisalign? 3. How old do you need to be to get braces? ...and so many more. We are excited to have you here, so buckle up buttercup, time for some PFOin' so you know where you're going!! #braces #orthodontist #texas
Lower Schwartz Expander is an orthodontic appliance that is used to expand lower dental arch.
Braces Explained: Palatal Expanders In this video, I will be answer the question of "what are palatal expanders?" and "what are they used for?" Expansion can be used in several ways in orthodontics! The primary use of palatal expansion is in the younger patient who can achieve skeletal expansion where the patient has a posterior crossbite (upper back teeth are more towards the tongue than the lower back teeth). To correct this, we use a rapid palatal expander to expand the two halves of the upper jaw by using a jack-screw-like appliance. This is relatively painless and you feel some pressure but all-in-all it is well received. For the older patient, skeletal expansion can still be achieved to correct a posterior crossbite but surgery or mini-screws may be necessary to assist in separating the mid-palatal suture. When skeletal expansion is achieved, a gap will be noticed between the front two teeth, but rest assure that this gap will be closed once the braces are placed! Slower palatal expansion can also be used where we are trying to achieve a dental expansion rather than a skeletal one. To do this, similar appliances are used but the protocol of turning the expander is different & much less frequent/slower. Ultimately, your treating orthodontist knows best what you need and you should follow his/her personal protocol for you! In either case, expansion increases the amount of space in your upper jaw and allows for you to minimize the need for extractions in mild-moderate crowding cases! Big thank you to Accutech laboratories for their support and lending of these models and jackscrew palatal expanders! 🤍 As always, if you have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact me via the comments below! See you next time! Greg Asatrian, D.D.S. 🤍 Instagram: 🤍instagram.com/drgregortho Linkedin: 🤍linkedin.com/in/gasatrian This video may contain orthodontic appliances, devices and/or procedural content. The content seen in this video is provided only for education purposes and is not intended to be a substitute for professional dental advice, diagnosis, or treatment. For personalized advice, please be sure to visit a professional orthodontist near you!
Are you in braces treatment? This is a Fast appointment putting a Rapid Palatal Expander and a Lower expander What does a rapid palatal expander do? Upper jaw expansion is a form of orthodontic treatment that is used in specific cases. By widening the circumference of the palate, the perimeter of the dental arch increases to create more space for teeth growth. How long does a rapid palatal expander stay in? Typically, an expander will be in place for about 9 months total time. This may vary from child to child depending on his or her needs. Will it Hurt? There will be some discomfort at first, but there will not be a lot of pain. The expander may feel heavy in your mouth at first, since it is something new and different in there. When the palate expander is widened, you may feel some pressure in your mouth and on your tongue What is a lower expander? Like its counterpart, the palatal expander, a lower expander is used to gradually widen the lower teeth to correct servere crowding before all of the permanent teeth have erupted. Some signs that your child might require a lower expander are that: There isn't enough space for all of the lower teeth, causing crowding. check the video out! 🥰 Join the family – 🤍 🦷 ToothTime Family Dentistry Oral Health Products: 🤍 🤕 Topical numbing gel - 🤍 - 📹 Our Favorite Videos: Herbst Appliance: 🤍 Bite Plate appliance: (our most viewed video) THANKS! 🤍 Tongue Crib + RPE: 🤍 Braces Surprise: 🤍 - HELP US OUT and 📤 Share this video with your friends Social Media Links: 📸 INSTAGRAM : 🤍 🤩 FACEBOOK: 🤍 🛸PINTEREST: 🤍 🌍 🤍mytoothtime.com As always, if you have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact me via the comments below! #braces #orthodontics #dentist #girl #oralhealth #teeth
Hey everyone and welcome back to my palate expansion journey part 3 with my removable expander appliances - I'm using a 4d Schwarz and Crozat. I've started my palate expansion at the end of April 2021 I'm excited to share my progress with you over the past few months. Watch my first episode explaining my WHY here: 🤍 If you've been thinking about doing palate expansion with a removable expander and would like to know what to expect, I hope my experience is helpful. In case you're wondering, I'm seeing Dr Chang in Karrinyup, WA. Feel free to contact him if you have questions and are living in the local area. I have no affiliation and this is my honest feedback and review. Thanks for watching and subscribe to my channel to see more updates on my expansion over this coming year as well as to enjoy my bootyful fitness tips! Subscribe to my channel: 🤍 Follow me on IF & FB to stay in touch and see more posts regularly: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Shop my Fit Booty Bands 🤍 Home Website: 🤍 #palateexpansion #removeableexpanders #palateexpansionremoveableappliance
The video is a live demonstration of an orthodontic procedure involving the removal of a fixed orthodontic appliance that has been used to correct a posterior cross bite in a 14 year old boy.
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Whitney is getting braces! Oh joy…it’s time to install the orthodontic palatal expander. If it sounds awful, it’s because it is. Whitney’s team of orthodontic professionals work to install her perfectly fitted and German engineered oral appliance. Once cemented in place, it’s time to turn the screw 6 times, thereby putting an expanding force on Whitney’s palate. Learning to talk with the device in is easy…it’s eating that will take some getting used to. From Wikipedia: Dental Braces: Dental braces (also known as braces, orthodontic cases, or cases) are devices used in orthodontics that align and straighten teeth and help to position them with regard to a person's bite, while also working to improve dental health. They are often used to correct underbites, as well as malocclusions, overbites, open bites, deep bites, cross bites, crooked teeth, and various other flaws of the teeth and jaw. Braces can be either cosmetic or structural. Dental braces are often used in conjunction with other orthodontic appliances to help widen the palate or jaws and to otherwise assist in shaping the teeth and jaws. Check out the kids’ new series – The Adventures of Gravity Gal and Quantum Qid! 🤍 My Official Links: Whitney’s Instagram 🤍 Gravity Gal and Quantum Qid T-Shirts 🤍 Whitney's YouTube Channel 🤍 Whitney's facebook 🤍 Whitney’s Musical.ly 🤍whitneybflippin Sterling’s YouTube Channel 🤍 Braxton’s YouTube Channel 🤍 Blakely’s YouTube Channel 🤍 Houston’s YouTube Channel 🤍
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MSE is considered as a replacement choice of the SARPE or Surgically Assisted Rapid Palatal Expansion, with #corticopuncher method with is less invasive than surgery we can facilitate the palatal suture opening Most details of #corticopuncher and MSE are explained in the voice over in this video For any question please write in the comment or in direct message Follow me: 🤍 🤍 . . . . #dental_education #orthodontics #orthodontist #braces #bracket #braces_treatment #MSE #maxillaryexpansion #miniimplant
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🤍 Welcome to another exciting video by Forest Hill Orthodontics. In this video we show you the Palatal Expander Appliance, also known as RPE. Here, we will show you how to adjust the RPE as well as what to look for and what to expect from your treatment. We hope you enjoy! For more information about Forest Hill Orthodontics, their office, services and/or treatment , please visit 🤍
Dr Geoff Hall at Advanced Orthodontics will often use an expander to help broaden the upper arch of a patient to create more room for teeth and give the patient a better aesthetic result. They are typically warn for 5 - 9 months, and often in conjunction with braces. If you would like more information on expanders, visit our website 🤍
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Ortho lesson demonstrates how I fabricate TPA appliance. From start to finish. A new video demonstrating the many uses and activation of this simple but amazing appliance will be coming shortly. If you look closely at the video you will notice that I do something different. That's right without that little secret an activated TPA will most likely break within 2 months. Did you see it? If you read this you will start to make better appliances for your Dr.s Good luck and make sure to leave a Like and a comment especially if you figure it out...…#ortho #tpa #orthodontics #soldering #dentallab #ortholab #szaradentallab #ortodontia
Julie Staggers Orthodontics This video demonstrates how to fix not being able to find the palatal expansion key hole and how to make the turns correctly.
RPE made from heat-activated nickel-titanium. The appliance uses body heat to apply gentle, consistent pressure for widening a narrow palatal arch
How to create easily a rapid palatal expander (orthodontic appliance) - RPE to 3D print it with castable resin and then use the Lost-wax casting process. For more information: 🤍
Here is a video of us doing turns on an expander that is inside the mouth. This type of expander does not come out so you have to make the turns inside the mouth using a special key your dentist gives you.
What are the different appliances for kids expanders and growth appliances. The ALF and Schwarz appliances are two appliances that are alternatives to rapid palatal expanders. There are so many orthodontic expanders available for kids. The best palatal expander is the one that is capable of promoting growth in the direction the child needs. Some appliances are also better at correcting certain conditions such as deep bite, cross bite and over bite. Other appliances may be more suitable for helping with pediatric sleep apnea and mouth breathing. In most cases it is better to do expanders prior to getting braces. Or in other words it is better to get the jaws to be the right size and shape and then straighten the teeth. More of the popular orthodontic expanders we use include twin block, homeoblock, bio block and of course ALF and Schwarz. We do not usually perform rapid palatal expansion or RPE. Braces Vs Expanders: Braces are more about straightening teeth and the goal of maxillary expansion is growing the jaws to be the a healthy size and shape. The optimal treatment in every case is to grow the jaws to be the proper size and shape and then align the teeth. Often times teeth will become naturally straighter after treatment with expanders. Creating enough room for teeth to fit can allow teeth to fit without crowding or being crooked. Usually orthodontics is necessary after expansion therapy, but in some cases an acceptable cosmetic result can be obtained with expanders alone. Schwarz Appliance stimulates Growth of the Jaws and Airway schwarz expander growth applianceThe Schwarz appliance is one of the most versatile facial growth appliances available. The appliance is a removable appliance worn 10-12 hours per day. The palatal expander should be put in after dinner and worn through the night. The Schwarz can be designed to promote growth of upper and lower jaws more forward, taller and wider. As the jaw bones grow, so do the surrounding facial bones and surrounding soft tissues such as lips, cheeks. The result is growth of the entire facial structures and the lower 1/2 of the face in particular. Warning signs that a child is not growing properly: mouth breathing especially at night dry lips and swollen tonsils crowded crooked teeth. This is the physical evidence that the mouth and nasal passageways are not growing optimally and something needs to be done or else. The Schwarz can be custom designed to stimulate bone growth where it is specifically needed. The picture above shows an upper appliance that can be adjusted forwards and wider. Additionally the back teeth have acrylic covering them. This is called a bite plane. The “bite plane” is shaped purposely to control how the lower jaw rests on it. The bite plane is usually shaped to create a more forward resting lower jaw position. A forward bite position stimulates the lower jaw to grow forward. The upper Schwarz is most often coupled with a lower complimentary device. lower schwarz applianceThe lower Schwarz only stimulates wider growth of the mandible. Schwarz appliances are very easy to tolerate and can be taken out during the day and during eating. The Schwarz appliance is Dr. Adams’ favorite appliances to correct crooked crowded teeth and night time breathing issues in kids. The end result of the treatment is more room for the teeth to fit, improved facial profile, larger mouth and nasal passageways, improved breathing and airway, and a larger nicer looking smile. How do Expanders and Growth Appliances Work: Palatal expanders work by placing light pressure in the direction where bone needs to grow. The natural action of muscles such as tongue pressure, cheek and lip movement will do the rest in most cases. Occasionally tongue and lip ties need to be released and myotherapy (tongue exercises) may be completed.
Second part already online!!!!! 🤍 The MSE Expander Developed by Prof. Won Moon is used to expand the palate and move bone in adult cases. This interview with patient, Olivia, will explain how it works and what people can expect from this treatment option. For more information email: info🤍derekmahony.com
This appliance is used to expand constricted upper arch.
Surgically assisted Rapid Palatal Expansion or SARPE is a surgical orthodontic treatment in adult patients.
Are you in braces treatment? This is a Fast appointment putting a Rapid Palatal Expander with a Tongue Crib ... check the video out! 🥰 Join the family – 🤍 🦷 ToothTime Family Dentistry Oral Health Products: 🤍 🤕 Topical numbing gel - 🤍 - 📹 Our Favorite Videos: Herbst Appliance: 🤍 Bite Plate appliance: (our most viewed video) THANKS! 🤍 Tongue Crib + RPE: 🤍 Braces Surprise: 🤍 - HELP US OUT and 📤 Share this video with your friends Social Media Links: 📸 INSTAGRAM : 🤍 🤩 FACEBOOK: 🤍 🛸PINTEREST: 🤍 🌍 🤍mytoothtime.com As always, if you have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact me via the comments below! #braces #orthodontics #dentist #girl #oralhealth #teeth
Watch the placement of the Nitanium® Palatal Expander²™ Appliance and how the arch expands once the appliance is placed.
This is not fun, but for the next couple of weeks, my parents will be tightening this apparatus in my mouth. :/