Brackets, epitopes and flash memory cards: a futuristic view of clinical orthodontics.

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Orthodontics continues to be a profession anchored in traditional technology using appliances that cause inflammatory periodontal ligament (PDL) responses. Existing concepts of biological tooth movement based largely on histological tissue observations and the application of physical principles require major reassessment. In the next millennium, the genome revolution and knowledge of protein production and control could lead to the genetic correction of dentofacial anomalies and pain-free, biomolecular methods of malocclusion correction and long-term stability. A fundamental change is likely to be the abolition of bracket systems and their replacement with preprogrammed microchips driven by computers, and the control of PDL blood vessels and cells by pharmacological targeting. Future survival of the profession will depend on a radically different specialist who will be educated with a postgraduate curriculum based on molecular biology and computer engineering.

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Citation:- Sims MR, .Brackets, epitopes and flash memory cards: a futuristic view of clinical orthodontics. Australian orthodontic journal 1999-Nov;15()260-8 DOI:



Details of Journal

Journal Title - Australian orthodontic journal

ISSN - 0587-3908

Volume - 15

Issue - 5

Publish date - 1999-Nov

Language - eng

Country - AUSTRALIA


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