PMID: 9088603Feb 1, 1997Paper

Nickel-titanium coil springs and repelling magnets: a comparison of two different intra-oral molar distalization techniques

British Journal of Orthodontics
N ErverdiN Küçükkeles

Abstract

The aim of this study was to compare two intra-oral molar distalization procedures, involving 15 cases with Class II molar relationships. Magnetic devices were applied to the upper right first molars in each case, while nickel-titanium coil springs were used against the upper left first molars, for a period of 3 months. Measurements were made from lateral cephalograms and from photocopies of models taken before and after the distalization procedure. Although upper molar distalization was achieved with ease in both techniques, nickel-titanium coil springs were found to be the more effective in terms of movement achieved.

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