Posts Tagged ‘ MA ’

Avoiding Overcorrection with Deprogramming Aligners

Avoiding Overcorrection with Deprogramming Aligners   Have you completed the deprogramming section of your Invisalign case, only to find yourself wondering: what next? Well, once you’ve achieved good contacts on the back teeth, knowing how to progress is important, and luckily, we’ve outlined some key points in today’s guide to help. Things to Consider There […]

Why You Should Never Pull Baby Teeth with Invisalign MA

  Have you been looking to do an Invisalign case for a mixed dentition patient? In many scenarios, it can be difficult to work out how to approach a mixed dentition case, but this shouldn’t stop you from tackling patients with Invisalign MA. However, one important factor to keep in mind is that you must […]

What to Do at Every Invisalign with MA Appointment?

Invisalign cases that include mandibular advancement (MA) progress differently than standard Invisalign cases without MA, which means the flow of appointments and when you should stop treating with MA. These key differences stem from the process of MA, which pushes the mandible of a growing child forward to stimulate the mandible to grow. In this […]

How Invisalign and Mandibular Advancement Work

Have you ever thought about trying Invisalign with mandibular advancement cases? It’s something that many of us overlook, but this shouldn’t have to be the case, aand understanding this technique might offer a myriad of benefits. So, without further ado, we’ve outlined some of the key things you need to know as follows to help.How […]

Using Invisalign with MA in Adults to Correct Bites for Sleep and Airway

Have you ever heard of using Invisalign with MA in adults? Today, let’s review a case where Invisalign with MA was performed on an adult with a Step 2 high-angle airway case in Australia.From the description, this case looked like a clear case where surgery would have been required to make corrections effectively, but the […]