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JCR. 2020; 7(14): 3660-3662


BONE ANCHORED MAXILLARY PROTRACTION

Dr. C Deepak,MDS,Phd, Dr. Diana Ashok.

Abstract
The use of Temporary skeletal anchorage devices for orthodontic use has become increasingly
popular in the recent times with the invent of Mini screws, mini implants and mini plates. It has paved way to
numerous possibilities with the same fixed appliances, that even the difficult movements are now simplified
and, made achievable. With more number of adult patients seeking orthodontic treatment, due to the diverse and
severity of the skeletal discrepancies, a much more appropriate mode of treatment would be a surgical
intervention. With the advent of TADs now itís also possible to achieve good skeletal changes for patients who
do not opt for surgery. Bone Anchored Maxillary Protraction (BAMP) is a method employed to treat adult
patients having a Skeletal Class III pattern.

Key words: Temporary Anchorage devices, BAMP, Bone anchored maxillary protraction, Maxillary protraction in adults.



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