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Transcript of Orthodontic Archwires
The Stress/Strain Curve
The Size of the Wire
The Shape of the Wire
Shape Memory Effect and Superelasticity
Contemporary Orthodontics, 5th Edition, Proffitt
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Mitchell, L. An Introduction to Orthodontics, 4rth ed. United Kingdom: Oxford, (2013), p.220-221.
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Archwhire cross sectional shapes (image). Retrieved on Feb 1, 2014 from:http://doctorspiller.com/Orthodontics/orthodontics2.htm
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Root torque (image). Retrieved on Feb 2, 2014 from:http://askanorthodontist.com/braces/how-do-braces-work/
- Up until 1930's, only available in gold material.
- Since then, cobalt-chromium, nickel-titanium, beta-titanium have been introduced
- Orthodontist makes decision as to which material to use at particular stage of treatment
- Decision made based on clinical result desired and which wire material will best produce such demands within their mechanical properties