Table of contents for Self-ligation in orthodontics / [edited by] Theodore Eliades and Nikolaos Pandis ; forewords by Lysle E. Johnston Jr. and Larry W. White.

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Contents
Contributors
Foreword
Lysle E. Johnston, Jr
Foreword
Larry W. White
Preface
Acknowledgments
Dedication
Introduction
Development of light force-Orthodontics: the original pin-a-slot appliance as ancestor to modern 
brackets
Thompson and Thompson	
Chapter 1
Historical aspects and evolution of ligation and appliances
Harradine
THE MATERIALS SCIENCE AND BIOMECHANICS OF SELF-LIGATION
Chapter 2
Background text: the importance of bracket material properties in orthodontic mechanics
Eliades, Zinelis, and Brantley 	
Chapter 3
Biomechanics of self-ligation
Pandis, Eliades, and Bourauel 
TREATMENT OUTCOME- CLINICAL PERFORMANCE
Chapter 4
Background text: Essentials of clinical research design
Polychronopoulou
Chapter 5 
Background text: Determinants of tooth movement
Basdra
Chapter 6
Efficiency and treatment outcome with self-ligating brackets
Pandis, Miles, and Eliades 
Chapter 7 
Background text: Root resorption in orthodontics
Darendeliler and Cheng
Chapter 8
Root resorption with SL brackets
Mavragani, Pandis, and Eliades
Chapter 9
Background text: Attachment of oral microbial to dental surfaces
Smith
Chapter 10
Oral microbiota alterations with SL and conventional brackets
Papaioannou, Pandis, and Eliades
Chapter 11
Periodontal impact of treatment with self-ligating brackets
van Gastel, Quirynen, Teughels, and Carels
Chapter 12
Treatment biomechanics with self-ligating brackets
Birnie
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Orthodontic appliances.
Brackets.
Orthodontic Brackets.
Ligation -- methods.