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Histological and fluorescence microscopic examination of the bone/implant interface in orthodontic miniscrews (Mondeal)
The temporary nature of orthodontic implants demands optimisation of size and design in order to minimise damage and risk to the patient. Slender and shorter miniscrews offer the advantage over conventional implants of easier and more ubiquitous positioning with minimised risk of injury to neighbouring anatomical structures such as tooth roots, nerves or vessels. The question is raised, however, as to what extent these advantages are gained at the price of diminished stability or a morepmid:16783742 fatcat:srgoa26yl5fffg33ebywz3sqjm