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See detailBenefits of Digital Smile Design (DSD) in the conception of a Complex Orthodontic Treatment Plan: A Proof of Concept
CHARAVET, Carole ULiege; BERNARD, Jean-Claude ULiege; GAILLARD, Cyril et al

in International Orthodontics (in press)

Introduction: Digital Smile Design (DSD) is a systematic protocol based on specific photographs and software analysis that is used worldwide. DSD aims to assist the practitioner in creating and planning a ... [more ▼]

Introduction: Digital Smile Design (DSD) is a systematic protocol based on specific photographs and software analysis that is used worldwide. DSD aims to assist the practitioner in creating and planning a course of treatment, especially in a multidisciplinary approach, and provides a virtual simulation of the final result. Additionally, it is a tool that enables communication and discussion between all the dental team, including the dental laboratory, and also with the patient. Although widely described and used in prosthetic rehabilitation, this tool remains only anecdotally used in the world of orthodontics. The objective of this proof of concept was to describe the application of the Digital Smile Design protocol in the diagnosis of orthodontic treatment. Materials and Methods: A teenage patient was referred to our university clinic by a private orthodontic practitioner for a second opinion on the treatment at that time. The patient had a self-ligating orthodontic appliance. According to the history of the case and the oral situation at that moment, the patient required an accurately calculated plan for orthodontic tooth movement that would permit the achievement of future rehabilitation. Therefore, the decision was taken to use a DSD protocol to potentially complete the classic orthodontic examination. Results: From the classic orthodontic examination, the patient presented a molar class I, midline deviations, the #21 and #23 were missing, #12 was conoid (microdontic) and, finally, #22 was in the position of #21. From the DSD results, three different views simulated the final results and therefore provided additional and relevant information, such as the correct position of the upper midline and the correct position of #12, #13, #22 and #23. Conclusion: This proof of concept showed the clinical relevance of the Digital Smile Design protocol as a new tool for complex orthodontic treatment planning, especially in a multidisciplinary approach. Further publications will be necessary in order to define a specific DSD protocol for orthodontic treatment. [less ▲]

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See detailLe Digital Smile Design (DSD) : Une méthode numérique complémentaire dans la planification d’un plan de traitement orthodontique
CHARAVET, Carole ULiege; BERNARD, Jean-Claude ULiege; GAILLARD, Cyril et al

in Revue d'Orthopédie Dento-Faciale (in press)

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See detailZoom sur les aligneurs en Orthodontie
CHARAVET, Carole ULiege

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See detailAccélération du déplacement dentaire : mythe ou réalité ?
CHARAVET, Carole ULiege

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See detailZoom sur les aligneurs en Orthodontie
CHARAVET, Carole ULiege

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See detailPiezoSurgery for Orthodontic Treatment in Adults
Charavet, Carole ULiege

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See detailOrthodontic Treatment using PiezoSurgery
Charavet, Carole ULiege

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See detailScientific Poster Session
CHARAVET, Carole ULiege

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See detailPatient-reported outcomes measures (PROMs) following a piezocision-assisted versus conventional orthodontic treatments : a randomized controlled trial in adults
CHARAVET, Carole ULiege; LECLOUX, Geoffrey ULiege; JACKERS, Nastasia et al

in Clinical Oral Investigations (2019)

Objective : To explore patient-related outcomes measures (PROMs) of piezocision-assisted orthodontic treatment compared to aconventional orthodontic treatment using customized appliance. Materials and ... [more ▼]

Objective : To explore patient-related outcomes measures (PROMs) of piezocision-assisted orthodontic treatment compared to aconventional orthodontic treatment using customized appliance. Materials and methods : Twenty-four adult patients requiring orthodontic treatment for mild-to-moderate overcrowding in both jaws were randomly assigned to a test group, treated with a piezocision-assisted orthodontic treatment, or to a control group, where piezocision was not applied. The patient-related outcomes were recorded using a 0–10 visual analog scale (VAS). Daily analgesic consumption and pain level were also recorded following the placement of the orthodontic appliance in both groups and after the piezocision procedure in the test group. Moreover, levels of apprehension and satisfaction were also assessed in both groups. Results : In the piezocision group, over the 7-day period, paracetamol consumption was comparable after the placement of the orthodontic appliance and after the piezocision surgery. Pain levels after the orthodontic and the surgical procedure decreased with time (p < 0.0001) but remained globally higher after piezocision (p = 0.0056). Significantly, more patients of the piezocision group reported that they would undergo the treatment again (p = 0.033) and that they greatly appreciated the duration of treatment(p = 0.0008). However, the level of apprehension was significantly higher in the piezocision group compared to the test group(p =0.012). Conclusions : Although, the degree of apprehension before the surgery and higher pain level in the piezocision group, PROMs emphasized similar pain killer consumption in both group and revealed high acceptance and satisfaction with piezocision approach. Clinical relevance : The benefit of piezocision-assisted orthodontic treatment seems to be relevant from a patient perspective. Trial registration : NCT03406130 [less ▲]

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See detailTraitements orthodontiques novateurs assistés par chirurgie piézoélectrique
CHARAVET, Carole ULiege

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See detailTraitement orthodontique accéléré par corticotomies : quelles sont les alternatives minimalement invasives ?
CHARAVET, Carole ULiege; Lambert, France ULiege; LECLOUX, Geoffrey ULiege et al

in Orthodontie Française (2019)

Introduction: The duration of orthodontic treatment in adults remains a barrier for some patients. Some surgical techniques have been developed in order to accelerate orthodontic tooth movement. The ... [more ▼]

Introduction: The duration of orthodontic treatment in adults remains a barrier for some patients. Some surgical techniques have been developed in order to accelerate orthodontic tooth movement. The technique of corticotomies is effective in decreasing the orthodontic treatment time but remains invasive, leading to significant postoperative consequences. Materials and Methods: Minimally invasive techniques without muco-periosteal flap elevation have been developed: corticision, micro-osteoperforations, piezopuncture and piezocision. Results: The piezocision procedure seems to be the best compromise to accelerate orthodontic tooth movement while respecting a specific surgical and orthodontic protocol. The piezocision surgery allows the addition of biomaterials in cases of dehiscence and/or fenestration on the alveolar bone associated with moderate to severe overcrowding. Conclusion: According to current publications, minimally invasive corticotomy techniques can be viewed as a new therapeutic tool in the acceleration of orthodontic tooth movement. [less ▲]

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See detailOrthodontie interceptive et préventive/SAHOS enfant
CHARAVET, Carole ULiege

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See detailPrincipes en Recherche Clinique
CHARAVET, Carole ULiege

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See detailPiezocision-assisted orthodontic treatment using CAD/CAM customized orthodontic appliances: a randomized controlled trial in adults.
CHARAVET, Carole ULiege; LECLOUX, Geoffrey ULiege; JACKERS, Nastasia et al

in European Journal of Orthodontics (2019)

OBJECTIVE: The aim of this study was to investigate the effects of piezocision (surgical protocol with sutures) in orthodontic treatment using CAD/CAM (computer-aided design and computer-aided ... [more ▼]

OBJECTIVE: The aim of this study was to investigate the effects of piezocision (surgical protocol with sutures) in orthodontic treatment using CAD/CAM (computer-aided design and computer-aided manufacturing) customized orthodontic appliances. DESIGN: The study is designed as a parallel group, randomized controlled trial (RCT). SETTING: University Hospital. ETHICAL APPROVAL: The study was approved by the ethic committee of the University Hospital Liege, Belgium. SUBJECTS AND METHODS: This RCT was conducted on 24 adult patients requiring orthodontic treatment to release mild overcrowding. Patients were all treated with a customized appliance and randomly assigned by means of sealed envelopes containing group codes to either a test group treated with piezocision or a control group without any further treatment. A blinded orthodontist validated appliance removal or further adjustments based on the model study. OUTCOME MEASURES: The overall treatment time and the time between archwire changes were recorded. Moreover, clinical and radiological features such as tooth resorption, gingival recessions, and the presence of scars were evaluated. RESULTS: A total of 24 patients (12 control and 12 test) completed the study. The overall treatment time was significantly shorter in the test group than the control group. Likewise, the time difference between all arch changes was significantly lower when piezocision was performed, except for the first arch at the mandible and the last arches at both maxillae. During the fine-tuning phase, no significant difference was found between the two groups. All periodontal and radiographic parameters remained stable from the start to the end of treatment in both the groups. However, minor scars were found in 66 per cent cases. LIMITATIONS: This trial was a single-centre trial. CONCLUSIONS: Piezocision seems to be an effective method to accelerate orthodontic treatment in cases of mild overcrowding. However, the effect was only observed during the alignment phase and a greater efficiency was found in the maxilla. The technique may be contraindicated in patients with a high smile line since the risk of slight scarring exists. REGISTRATION: ClinicalTrails.gov (Identifier: NCT03406130). [less ▲]

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See detailJury Thèse d'exercice Docteur en Chirurgie Dentaire. Aix-Marseille Université. France
CHARAVET, Carole ULiege

Diverse speeche and writing (2019)

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