Use of Magnetic Forces in Orthodontics: A Review

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Shah, Aakash; Shah, Purvesh; Goje, Santosh Kumar; Shah, Romil; Modi, Bhumi;
(2017)

The application of magnetic forces to clear aligner therapy would create a magnetic force interaction that can theoretically make the movement of teeth in any direction possible and easier. With this objective in mind the following section of this literature review deal... View more
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