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Name: Lovepreet kaur. Student id: 0668 Course: Diploma of Dental Technology Code: HLTDET012 Construct orthodontic appliances Explain the aims and objectives of orthodontic treatment using removable appliances. Q1: Dentition- arrangement of the teeth, naming of the teeth. : Dentition : Dentition pertains to the development of teeth and their arrangement in the mouth. In particular, it is the characteristic arrangement, kind, and number of teeth in a given species at a given age. : There are all out 32 teeth present in human. These are fundamentally of 4 sorts, incisors, canines, premolars and molars. Every tooth is situated at specific spot and has a specific capacity. Every tooth is installed in the maxilla (upper jaw) or the mandible (lower jaw) and is secured by gums. People are diphyodont. They have two arrangements of teeth. The main set are called milk teeth. The subsequent set are called changeless teeth.
Name: Lovepreet kaur. Student id: 0668 Course: Diploma of Dental Technology Code: HLTDET012 Construct orthodontic appliances Q2: Components- screws, piston- screws, springs, labial bow, bands, Adams clasps, and sheaths made in a variety of metals and polymers. : Screws: Screws deliver the force required to move a tooth or group of teeth via the acrylic base plate. The patient activates the screw usually once a week. A high force is generated initially, but this force soon reduces vas the tooth move. Screws can be used for all manner of tooth movements, and appliance designs to accomplish these are shown below: : Pushing anterior teeth over the bite.

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