Treatment of maxillary transverse deficiency with rapid expansion of the palate with mini-implant: a review

Authors

  • Cristhal Duque-Urióstegui Center for Studies and Research in Orthodontics, Mexico City, Mexico
  • Yocelin Monserrat Ramírez Reyes UNAM, Mexico City, Mexico
  • Magali González Rodríguez Department Master of Dental Sciences, UAM, City of Mexico, Mexico
  • Fernando Rosas López Portillo Department of Stomatology, UAS, Sinaloa, Mexico
  • Gabriela Castañeda Palacios ULA, Mexico City, Mexico
  • Carlos Briseño Flores Department of Stomatology, UAM, Mexico City, Mexico
  • Rosa Martha Flores Estrada Department of Stomatology, UAEM, State of Mexico, Mexico
  • María del Rocío Flores Estrada Department of Stomatology, UAEM, State of Mexico, Mexico
  • Ana Lilia Abundez Pliego Department of Surgery, PEMEX General Hospital, Ciudad del Carmen, Mexico
  • Baltazar Barrera-Mera Department of Physiology, UNAM, CDMX, Mexico

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.18203/2320-6012.ijrms20231375

Keywords:

Maxillary expansion, Cross bite, Transverse maxillary deficiency, Maxillary hypoplasia, Miniscrew-assisted rapid palatal expansion, Rapid maxillary expansion, Maxillary expansion, Cross bite, Transverse maxillary deficiency, Maxillary hypoplasia, Miniscrew-assisted rapid palatal expansion, Rapid maxillary expansion

Abstract

One of the most prevalent malocclusions is maxillary constriction, which is a narrowing of the upper arch; its etiology is multifactorial, including mainly genetic factors and parafunctional habits. It is characterized by a posterior crossbite that can be unilateral or bilateral, total or partial, and may even not occur in cases with simultaneous constriction of the mandibular arch. Transverse deficiency or maxillary hypoplasia affects facial growth and the integrity of the dentoalveolar structures. Therefore, it must be corrected as soon as it is diagnosed. As the maxilla widens, the midpalatal suture and the intermaxillary suture expand. When they are not fused, it is connective tissue and behaves viscoelastically in response to externally applied forces. In order to effectively treat any dentofacial deformation, an early diagnostic and therapeutic approach is required.

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2023-04-29

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Duque-Urióstegui, C., Ramírez Reyes, Y., González Rodríguez, M., López Portillo, F., Castañeda Palacios, G., Briseño Flores, C., Flores Estrada, R., Flores Estrada, M. del R., Pliego, A. L. A., & Barrera-Mera, B. (2023). Treatment of maxillary transverse deficiency with rapid expansion of the palate with mini-implant: a review. International Journal of Research in Medical Sciences, 11(5), 1858–1862. https://doi.org/10.18203/2320-6012.ijrms20231375

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