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Master Thesis

Étude de l’efficacité des mouvements par aligneurs Invisalign® en 2020

Abstract : Aligners are currently in perpetual progress. Constantly, new methods and new advances are discovered in this field and allow an evolution of the technique. However, how can we explain that some orthodontists observe a difference between the ClinCheck predicted results and clinical results ?
The aim of this work was to answer to this problematic through a review of movements efficiency, and a superposition of models studied in a clinical case.
Movements efficiency is an integral part of the technique evolutions, but we noticed a predictability difference between them. Thus, some will be more effective than others depending on the situation. Moreover, the orthodontist will have to know how to act on it, during the ClinCheck, using his knowledge, auxiliaries and over-correction.
Finally, an evaluation of the difference obtained between the ClinCheck predicted result and clinical result has been highlighted through a clinical case and a reproducible superposition method that can be implemented during future research on aligners movements effectiveness.
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Nicolas Marsil. Étude de l’efficacité des mouvements par aligneurs Invisalign® en 2020. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2021. ⟨dumas-03598316⟩

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