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Sergio-OMS
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RE: Here is why MSE+FM doesn’t and won’t produce much forward movement in adults

There is no need. Forces are applied into the buttress. 5 mm screws are just enough.

1 year ago
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RE: Here is why MSE+FM doesn’t and won’t produce much forward movement in adults

For instance, the BAMP protocol in early teens uses half the force than a facemask and gets better results

2 years ago
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RE: Here is why MSE+FM doesn’t and won’t produce much forward movement in adults

@whyithink And if an adequate surgical technique is used and the patient is carefully chosen (basically no patients younger than 10) patient collabo…

2 years ago
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RE: Here is why MSE+FM doesn’t and won’t produce much forward movement in adults

No, that is not correct. My daughter wears them and I have used forces up to 350 g without any problem.

2 years ago
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RE: Here is why MSE+FM doesn’t and won’t produce much forward movement in adults

As far as I know that N2 implant does not exist. On the other hand, bollard plates are very real. But, before anybody asks, I have no idea about the a…

2 years ago
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RE: England orthodontists who use these appliances?

it is not about being alternatively mind. Extractions aren’t good and maybe over expansion techniques (Damon braces) are not possible in their case. …

2 years ago
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RE: England orthodontists who use these appliances?

Palate expansion at 14 should be very possible, although that age has has been classically been the age limit for a non-surgical expansion. Nowadays m…

2 years ago
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RE: Would one say it’s beneficial to utilize an MSE+FM treatment on one with a Class 2 division 1 maloclussion with a narrow palate (Please reply guys)

Beneficial only if combined with a mandibular surgery, preferably IMDO. Mandible won’t reposition, it will barely displace forward creating a “double …

2 years ago
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RE: about to get SARPE

@mr-mewing you can do your own research to answer that

2 years ago
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RE: Help with Tongue Tie

I mean anyone but babies, really

2 years ago
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RE: about to get SARPE

@mr-mewing In the Netherlands OMS get a fixed amount of money (out of the patients pocket but fixed from the health authorities) and they are in cha…

2 years ago
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RE: about to get SARPE

hehehe well, no ofence but stereotypes are sometimes right… I think you should ask for second opinions there and not online if you are going to …

2 years ago
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RE: Help with Tongue Tie

In adults scissors are the way to go.

2 years ago
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RE: about to get SARPE

Maybe MARPE could work… you could look into that. It really depends on each case and each style of treatment, there is no consensus. Yes I don’t…

2 years ago
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RE: about to get SARPE

There might be other solutions, but you are limited by the Dutch dental health system. I know some Spanish orthodontists working in the Netherlands an…

2 years ago
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RE: Dr. Won Moon seemingly surprised to find out “Pneumopedics(TM)” is actually a thing.

If you re read my previous long message you will see that I said that you could use any MARPE appliance (as long as it follows the same principles) th…

2 years ago
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RE: Dr. Won Moon seemingly surprised to find out “Pneumopedics(TM)” is actually a thing.

Please stop making health decisions based on conferences on YouTube and isolated studies that have not been reproduced by other teams. These are the…

2 years ago
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RE: DNA Appliance Journey

@toomer🤷‍♂️ your body, your choice

2 years ago
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RE: DNA Appliance Journey

@toomer short answer: I would look into other ways of treatment I sounds to me like you might have convinced yourself about this, so I don’t want …

2 years ago
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RE: DNA Appliance Journey

The apparent effects on that timelapse do not seem to concur with this superposition:/p> He says something like “green is where I started, red is …

2 years ago
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RE: DNA Appliance Journey

yes, I am this guy.

2 years ago
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RE: DNA Appliance Journey

👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻

2 years ago
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RE: Double-MSE treatment?

You are asking questions that can only be answered by professionals. Although some professionals, like me, lurk around these forum boards, we can’t an…

2 years ago
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RE: I think I have an arched palate, Will mewing solve that?

Proper oral posture (please stop calling it “mewing”) works in little children to help develop the jaws. In adult it is important for several reasons …

2 years ago
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RE: Maxiallry facepulling but with MAGNETS (IDEA ONLY)

No offense, but this is one of the weirdest things I have found online regarding this topic (and I have read A LOT) By the way, have you calculated…

2 years ago
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RE: FAGGA questions

I still wonder why people keep having interest in such appliances.

2 years ago
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RE: Is pushing Teeth always bad?

@undoortho1MSE is a transverse expander. It is used within a comprehensive treatment plan in combination with other appliances (Invisalign, braces, mi…

2 years ago
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2 years ago
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RE: Ronald Ead’s critcisms of the Homeoblock and DNA appliances

@toomerThen maybe every person looking for DNA should be treated by Dr. Singh One good thing about the scientific method is repeatability.

2 years ago
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RE: Ronald Ead’s critcisms of the Homeoblock and DNA appliances

@toomerDentoalveolar expansion also works for OSA, because it creates more space for the tongue. It also can create diastemas, even a midline diastema…

2 years ago
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RE: Suction hold?

maybe you have a tongue tie. You Should visit a SLP with extraTraining on miofuncional disorders. Don’t expect skeletal changes from “me…

2 years ago
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RE: MSE for widening very narrow high palate

Oh I never heard about that 7 days pause. Always good to learn what others are doing. Will try!Thanks for your message

2 years ago
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RE: Introduction

This list is of former won moon university research fellows. There are hundreds of orthodontists and surgeons using MSE that learn from courses or …

2 years ago
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RE: Isn’t this a better appliance than MSE for high arched palate?

I think you should consult with the doctors and then decide

2 years ago
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RE: Isn’t this a better appliance than MSE for high arched palate?

This expander is used for SARME (a.k.a. SARPE), not por MARME (a.k.a. MARPE). You will not open the suture with it non-surgically.

2 years ago
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RE: How to get SARPE?

If you have a wide palate you don’t need SARPE

2 years ago
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RE: Why can SARPE sometimes move the maxilla forward?

There is an horizontal cut, indeed. Some protraction can be done after the operation.

2 years ago
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RE: Need advice on my very narrow palate

I think you could avoid surgery with MSE + intraoral protraction.

2 years ago
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RE: You have heard of underbites. But have you heard about “middle-bites”?

Ok… you don’t see it… but that is exactly what those two muscles do when acting simultaneously. if you don’t trust me you can ask Dr. Google…

2 years ago
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RE: You have heard of underbites. But have you heard about “middle-bites”?

I don’t really understand your question, can you rephrase it?

2 years ago
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RE: You have heard of underbites. But have you heard about “middle-bites”?

sound like lateral pterygoid muscles are overactive, you should relax them and stop doing whatever you are doing or your interarticular discs will sli…

2 years ago
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RE: I’m thinking MMA surgery might be needed in my case.

It sounds like you need to consult all these matters with your doctor, they are too specific for your case. but, in short, I think you could use tha…

2 years ago
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RE: Quad Helix palate expander

You know it is… but it that doesn’t mean it necessarily works

2 years ago
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RE: Teeth clench when i close my mouth

It looks to me that you have too much tension in your muscles, especially in the lateral pterygoid muscles. it would be great if too could have trea…

2 years ago
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RE: Quad Helix palate expander

It would depend on the age of the patient, the problem and the purpose.

2 years ago
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