Efectos adversos en la tracción ortodóncica de piezas impactadas en el segmento anterior de los maxilares: revisión narrativa

Autores/as

  • María Elena Palma-Árbito UNIVERSIDAD CATÓLICA DE CUENCA, SEDE AZOGUES
  • Miriam Verónica Lima-Illescas UNIVERSIDAD CATÓLICA DE CUENCA, SEDE AZOGUES https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6844-3826

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.56048/MQR20225.7.2.2023.816-834

Palabras clave:

Odontología; odontología preventiva; salud; terapia; medicina preventiva (Tesauro UNESCO)

Resumen

El objetivo de este artículo bibliográfico es investigar el efecto adverso de la tracción ortodóncica. Los datos fueron recolectados sobre la base de la información electrónica como: Science, Taylor & Francis, Scopus, ProQuest, BVS, PubMed, Redalyc. Se utilizaron tres combinaciones de palabras claves “Efectos adversos”, “Tracción”, “Diente impactado”, relacionadas entre sí con los términos booleanos “AND” desde el año 2010 hasta 2022. El movimiento adverso a la tracción es una de las patologías con mayor incidencia, presentándose más en el sexo femenino y en la región palatina. Las complicaciones de las tracciones ortodónticas como las fuerzas excesivas producen reabsorción radicular, pérdida de anclaje, movimientos indeseables en los dientes que pueden llevar a una recidiva al tratamiento, otro punto a tener en cuenta durante el anclaje, es el tipo de aditamento que se usa para la tracción (microimplante) y la biomecánica de acuerdo a la posición de la pieza impactada.

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Biografía del autor/a

María Elena Palma-Árbito, UNIVERSIDAD CATÓLICA DE CUENCA, SEDE AZOGUES

Estudiante de la Especialidad en Ortodoncia   

Azogues – Ecuador

Miriam Verónica Lima-Illescas, UNIVERSIDAD CATÓLICA DE CUENCA, SEDE AZOGUES

Docente de la Especialidad en Ortodoncia

Azogues, Ecuador

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Publicado

2023-05-08

Cómo citar

Palma-Árbito, M. E., & Lima-Illescas, M. V. (2023). Efectos adversos en la tracción ortodóncica de piezas impactadas en el segmento anterior de los maxilares: revisión narrativa. MQRInvestigar, 7(2), 816–834. https://doi.org/10.56048/MQR20225.7.2.2023.816-834