2 edition of Retention and Long-Term Stability found in the catalog.
by Huthig Pub Ltd
Written in English
|Contributions||Ernst Hosl (Editor), Anton Baldauf (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||188|
This chapter considers training conditions that do or do not facilitate posttraining performance. We focus on two aspects of posttraining performance: its durability (long-term retention), that is, the extent to which a training program yields a level of learning that supports performance after long periods of disuse; and its flexibility (transfer), that is, the extent to which a training. Employee Retention Guide Long-term Strategies • Promoting work/life effectiveness Develop Flexible Schedules– m Telecommuting m Part-time schedules m Job sharing m Extended leaves of absence Coverage for CPE and license renewal during the leave– m Support for partnership opportunities on a reduced schedule Develop Support Services–.
For optimal retention and stability, complete dentures should be situated in the neutral zone where such forces cancel each other. Explaining the central role of the tongue, lips and cheeks in controlling the denture and giving specific advice – such as supporting the posterior border of the upper denture with the tongue when incising. The long term stability of the mobile phase was also evaluated. Specifically, the impact of the reservoir cap on the evaporation and/or change in composition of the eluent was studied. In these studies low vapor reservoir caps provided more stable retention times over a .
As new students and families begin school each fall, you, the Admission Director, may be tempted to turn your attention to filling remaining empty seats or recruiting for next year. However, as outlined in Stability Marker No. 6 of the ISM Stability Markers®,1 retention is just as vital as recruitment—if not more so—to help you achieve enrollment demand in excess of supply. W ith so few scientific or clinical articles, textbooks, or seminars devoted to long-term retention and stability of treated orthodontic cases, the orthodontic specialty should welcome a book devoted entirely to the subject. Here, Dr. Alexander shares more than 45 years of experience, critical introspection, and assessment of individual.
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This book offers a thorough analysis of the retention and stability of orthodontic treatment results and outlines the keys to effective intervention. Tendencies for stability and relapse of orthodontic treatment are covered for incisor irregularity and Class I, Class II, transverse, and vertical problems, as well as orthognathic surgery outcomes.5/5(1).
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages: illustrations ; 27 cm: Contents: Retention and Stability - An Overview; Growth Considerations in Stability of Orthodontic Treatment; Considerations of Dentofacial Growth in Long-Term Retention and Stability; Perspectives in Orthodontic Stability; The Stability of Deep Overbite Correction; The Effects of.
Stability, retention, & relapse in orthodontics. This book offers a thorough analysis of retention and stability of the orthodontic treatment results.
Paul Tiwana -- Introduction -- Early relapse -- Late relapse -- Functional matrix hypothesis -- Other factors affecting long-term stability -- Evidence of postsurgical. The final section provides chapters on acrylic removable retainers, fixed retention, biomaterials for fixed retainers, and a final chapter on the long-term effectiveness of fixed retainers.
One could only hope that this remarkable book might offer some final conclusions about the best, most reliable, and durable retention protocols. Post-treatment stability is one of the most challenging aspects of orthodontic treatment and is a concern to all orthodontists.
There are some important post-treatment factors that could influence the result, such as normal maturational changes, post-treatment tooth alterations, and persistent imbalance in the neuromuscular environments.
Thus, early treatment brings about many benefits Author: Ali A. Bahreman. Long-term posttreatment stability is an issue of great concern to all orthodontists.
This article highlights the factors reported to play a role in posttreatment crowding and reviews the long-term retention studies evaluating the stability of various treatment modalities.
Most clinicians agree that retention should be considered right from the beginning of diagnosis and treatment planning.
In so doing, the potential factors considered for long-term stability will be kept in mind throughout treatment. Orthodontic retention and stability: a clinical perspective Article (PDF Available) in Journal of clinical orthodontics: JCO 41(3) April with 2, Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Retention and Stability in Orthodontics University of Connecticut, Farmington. Text for orthodontic clinicians on long-term stability of results achieved through orthodontia. Based on an otherwise unidentified symposium held in the winter of in Hartford, Connecticut. You can write a book review and share your experiences.
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Year Book, Sadowsky C, Results showed no difference in long-term stability between the two groups. neither of the retention types prevented long-term changes of mandibular.
A hierarchy of stability exists among the types of surgical movements that are possible with orthognathic surgery. This report updates the hierarchy, focusing on comparison of the stability of procedures when rigid fixation is used.
Two procedures not previously placed in the hierarchy now are included: correction of asymmetry is stable with rigid fixation and repositioning of the chin also is. Long-term stability of anterior open-bite treatment by intrusion of maxillary posterior teeth.
Eighty percent of the total relapse of the intruded maxillary first molars occurred during the first year of retention. Incisal overbite increased by a mean of mm (P. A phase of retention is normally required after active orthodontic tooth movement to hold teeth in ideal aesthetic and functional relation 1 and combat the inherent tendency of the teeth to return to their former positions.
2 In this article we highlight current knowledge regarding the origin of posttreatment orthodontic relapse, the factors that may be considered in the planning of retention. The premise is a thorough understanding of stability, retention, and relapse should enable the clinician to plan individualized treatments that have a greater chance of favourable long-term results.
There is a discussion of the tooth and jaw movements that consistently have been associated with an increased risk of relapse. This book offers a thorough analysis of the retention and stability of orthodontic treatment results and outlines the keys to effective intervention.
Tendencies for stability and relapse of orthodontic treatment are covered for incisor irregularity and Class I, Class II, transverse, and vertical problems, as well as orthognathic surgery outcomes. In addition to cautioning against tooth and jaw. Stability, Retention and Relapse in Orthodontics; the materials and biomechanics of fixed retention, and the long-term effectiveness of fixed retainers.
Within the content of the book, a number of reasons are given for the lack of stability of the therapeutic outcome, as well as the development of potential unwanted effects at the retention. Retention and Stability - An Overview; Growth Considerations in Stability of Orthodontic Treatment; Considerations of Dentofacial Growth in Long-Term Retention and Stability; Perspectives in Orthodontic Stability; The Stability of Deep Overbite Correction; The Effects of Premolar Extractions on the Long-Term Stability of the Mandibular Incisors; Stability and Relapse of Dental Arch Alignment.
Stability is usually the distinguishing factor between success and failure. Modification on impression surface, occlusal surface, polished surface, and even on the compromised mandibular residual ridge have been devised to improve stability and retention in the mandibular denture.
Improving Long-term Learning Through Spacing Of Lessons Date: Novem Source: University of California - San Diego Summary: Combine the. Stability Testing of Dietary Supplements – January Page 5 of 26 established or confirmed initially, it may be appropriate to place a new batch of product on shelf-life study under long-term conditions annually or more frequently.
All batches used in stability testing should be fully traceable back to the component and packaging. Stability Specification: The testing requirements shall be defined in the Stability Study Protocol and shall cover as appropriate, the physical, chemical, microbiological preservative, and functionality tests.
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