A Tooth and a String – The Magical Biodynamics of the Teeth

Dr Nadim Aboujaoude, Lebanon
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Release date: 08/11/2020
Expiry date: 12/31/2020

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Abstract

The teeth, an organo-mineral structure, surrounded by living tissues plays a major role, not only in function and esthetics but mainly in keeping its surrounding tissues, bone and gingiva. The orthodontic movement relies on the biodynamic changes that occur in response to the forces applied to the teeth, tension and compression. The movement of the teeth can remodel the bony and gingival tissues.

Dr Nadim Aboujaoude, Lebanon

Dr. Nadim Aboujaoude graduated from St Joseph University Beirut, Lebanon pursued his studies in Dental Materials in Paris University and is a prosthodontist from the Lebanese University. Senior lecturer at the Lebanese University Dental School Post Graduate Program, clinical associate at the American University Hospital of Beirut, Lebanon, a pioneer in Implant Prosthodontics in the Middle East, and an international lecturer, and many publications.


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