Accelerated Osteogenic Orthodontics – AOO (Wilkodontics)

The following cases are examples of what can be achieved by an AOO trained periodontist and orthodontist. This accelerated treatment outcome results in more rapid tooth alignment with less risk of root resorption (shortening of roots) and less chance of relapse (and enhanced gum and bone support for the treated teeth. This synergy of a dual treatment approach truly brings about an improved esthetic and functional outcome in significantly less time – without compromise that other orthodontic short cut methods may leave a patient. Those interested will require a screening to determine eligibility for AOO treatment.

Example Case 1 Treatment Time: 7 months and 1 week

This 11 year old female presented with a Class II moderately crowded malocclusion with 8-10 mm of excess overjet. The parents chose the Accelerated Osteogenic OrthodonticsTM procedure in preference to conventional braces/extractions/retraction or conventional braces/orthognathic surgery. The upper first bicuspids were removed prior to beginning the Accelerated Osteogenic OrthodonticsTM procedure.

The treatment was completed in 7 months and 1 week from bracketing to debracketing. There were 15 adjustment appointments and no broken brackets.

Evaluation of before and after treatment radiographs indicates minimal root resorption and good root angulation.

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Example Case 2 Total Treatment Time: 4 months and 3 weeks

This 28 year old female presented with a Class II asymmetric crowded malocclusion. Her upper left second bicuspid had been extracted at some point in the past. Her teeth had a noticeable slant and her bite was compromised.

Her total treatment time was 4 months and 3 weeks from bracketing to debracketing. Only 8 adjustment appointments were needed.

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Example Case 3 Total Treatment Time: 5 months and 2 weeks

This 13 year old female presented with moderate upper and lower crowding of her anterior teeth.

Her total treatment time was 5 months and 2 weeks from bracketing to debracketing. Only 11 adjustment appointments were needed.

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Example Case 4 Total Treatment Time: 7 months and 1 week

This 23 year old female presented with a severely crowded Class I malocclusion.

Her total treatment time was 7 months and 1 week from bracketing and debracketing. Fourteen adjustment appointments were needed.

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Example Case 5 Total Treatment Time: 6 months

This 15 year old female presented with a Class II crowded malocclusion. Her upper first bicuspids had been previously extracted for a proposed orthodontic treatment that was never started. Her lower arch was severely crowded with the lower left second bicuspid completely blocked-out lingually.

Her total treatment time was 6 months from bracketing to debracketing. Only 10 adjustment appointments were needed.

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Case Example 6 Total Treatment Time: 3 months and 3 weeks

This 13 year old female presented with a Class I malocclusion and altered passive eruption.

Her total treatment time was 3 months and 3 weeks from bracketing to debracketing. Only 7 adjustment appointments were needed.

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Case Example 7 Treatment Time: 6 months and 1 week

This 13 year old male presented with severe upper crowding and a full tooth overbite. The upper first bicuspids were removed at the time of the AOOTM surgery.

His total treatment time was 6 months and 1 week from bracketing to debracketing. Only 10 adjustments were required.

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Case Example 8 Treatment Time: 8 months and 3 weeks

This 35 year old female presented with moderate crowding and a substantial overbite. The upper second bicuspids were removed prior to starting the orthodontic work.

Her total treatment time was 8 months and 3 weeks from bracketing to debracketing. Only 15 adjustment appointments were required.

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Case Example 9 Total Treatment Time: 5 months

This 20 year old female presented with a Class I moderately crowded maloclussion and a 70% anterior deep bite.

Her total treatment time was 5 months from bracketing to debracketing. Only 9 adjustment appointments were needed.

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Case Example 10 Total Treatment Time: 6 Months

This 25 year old male presented with a severely crowded Class I malocclusion with a constricted maxilla.

His total treatment time was 6 months from braketing and debracketing. Twelve adjustment appointments were needed.

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