The objective of this study was to compare three orthodontic arch sequences. At each arch change and for each arch, patients completed discomfort scores. These wire bows are used to correct rotations, initiate leveling, and develop the shape of the arc. These bows are designed to complete any rotation correction, continue leveling, provide torque control, and develop the shape of the arc.
If any gaps are present, they are closed with a 0.016 inch SS wire arc and an elastomeric chain, molar to molar. This wire bow finishes the leveling, torque and shape of the arc. The wire bow is designed to correct rotations, initiate leveling, and provide initial torque control. These arc cables provide minor rotation correction, continuous leveling, arc shape development, and torque control.
These cables are used to finish leveling, torque, and arc shape. These arcs provide rotation correction, initial leveling, and arc shape improvement. The purpose of these wires is to retract canines with an elastomeric chain, provide rotation correction, continue leveling, and continue arc shape development. The finishing arch will finish the leveling, torque and shape of the arc.
The initial arc wire provides rotation correction and initial leveling. These cables continue to level, control torque, and develop the arc shape. The wire bow bends with omega loops and the proper bend. This arch is positioned to close spaces.
The closure loops are placed mesially at the extraction site. In addition to the closing loops and omega loops, a reverse Spee curve is placed on the arc. If the second molars do not have bands, the wire arc can be activated by adjusting backwards distally of the first molars. This bow cable is designed to finish leveling, torque control, and arc shaping.
The objective of this RCT was to evaluate three orthodontic arch sequences in terms of patient discomfort, root resorption, and time required to achieve a functional arch wire. There were more women than men, reflecting acceptance of orthodontic treatment, with the exception of group A, in which 60.8 percent of patients were men. The objective of this study was to evaluate three orthodontic arch sequences in terms of patient discomfort, root resorption, and arch working time.