A fixed appliance for the distalization and derotation of the upper first molars. A large Nance type acrylic button is used in conjunction with wire rests that are bonded to the occlusal surface of the bicuspids to provide anchorage. Helical springs of .032 TMA wire are extend from the distal portion of the acrylic button and fit into lingual sheaths on the first molar bands. The springs are preactivated in the laboratory fit into the sheaths, provide a continuous light pressure for the desired molar distalization.
The Jet™ appliances all use a combination of the same components, but are constructed differently to accomplish a variety of goals. The diagrams listed below, illustrate the different uses of these very effective, family of appliances.
DURATION REQUIRED FROM LAB : 3 days
REQUIREMENT FOR LAB : Upper and lower( type 3) dental stone models without voids made from good alginate impression
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