herbst appliance class II treatment

herbst appliance

In order to achieve your desired finish, we use NON compliance treatment options for most of our ortho issues.

The suggested appliance in most oft he class II cases in children, adolescents and young adults is the herbst appliance.

How does the herbst appliances work?

  • Mandible is forced into class I with a telecopic appliance design
  • Patient can open, move, speak and eat, but he cannot move the mandible into his class II position
  • Throughout the 7 month treatment period maxillary molars will distalize and the lower molar will mesialise
  • TMJ will remodel to the new more anterior condyle position
  • With individual herbst treatment lower incisor will procline less than custom herbst treatment

Indication for Herbst appliance treatment?

  • maximum anchorage cases
  • class II /1
  • class II /2
  • space closure in the mandible
  • open bite cases
  • maxillary frontal crowding
  • maxillary lost Leeway space
  • lip incompetence in young children
  • prevent trauma to front teeth in children

Indication for herbst treatment at young childrens age (7 to 10)?

  • lip inkompetence
  • control leeway space
  • extreme class II/1

Indication for herbst treatment at childrens age (10 to 15)?

  • class II /1
  • class II /2
  • maximum anchorage cases
  • space closure in the mandible
  • open bite cases
  • maxillary frontal crowding

herbst appliance maximum anchorage

Herbst appliance

In order to achieve your desired finish, we use NON compliance treatment options for maximum anchorage issues.

The suggested appliance in this case is the herbst appliance.

Technical Description

  • NON compliance treatm­­­­­­­­­­­ent
  • Individually designed
  • maxillary ball joint allows most jaw movements
  • screwless design
  • appliance is not visible while speaking
  • easy to insert
  • easy adjusted
  • extra thin design
  • SLS laser technology

How does the herbst appliances work?

  • Mandible is forced into class I with a telecopic appliance design
  • Patient can open, move, speak and eat, but he cannot move the mandible back into his used class II position
  • Throughout the 7 month treatment period maxillary molars will distalize and the lower molar will mesialise
  • TMJ will remodel to the new anterior condyle position
  • With our individual herbst appliance treatment, lower incisor will procline less than in existing custom herbst treatment

What can you treat with Herbst appliance?

  • class II /1
  • class II /2
  • maximum anchorage cases
  • space closure in the mandible
  • open bite cases
  • maxillary frontal crowding
  • maxillary lost Leeway space
  • lip incompetence in young children
  • prevent trauma to front teeth in children

Treatment start at young childrens age (7 to 10)?

  • Gaining leeway space
  • lip inkompetence
  • control leeway space
  • extreme class II/1

Treatment start at childrens age(10 to 15)?

  • maximum anchorage cases
  • space closure in the mandible
  • maxillary frontal crowding

Treatment start at the age of young adults(15 to 20)?

  • class II /1
  • class II /2
  • maximum anchorage cases
  • space closure in the mandible
  • open bite cases
  • maxillary frontal crowding

herbst appliance early loss of premature teeth

Space maintainer

In order to achieve your desired finish, we use NON compliance treatment options for space maintenance ortho issues.

The suggested appliance is Space maintainer.

Technical Description

  • NON compliance treatm­­­­­­­­­­­ent
  • Individually designed
  • appliance is not visible while speaking
  • easy to insert
  • easy adjusted
  • extra thin design
  • SLS laser technology

herbst appliance agenetic teeth

Herbst applaince for closing spaces

In order to achieve your desired finish, we use NON compliance treatment options for space closure issues.

The suggested appliance is the herbst appliance.

Technical Description

  • NON compliance treatm­­­­­­­­­­­ent
  • Individually designed
  • maxillary ball joint allows most jaw movements
  • screwless design
  • appliance is not visible while speaking
  • easy to insert
  • easy adjusted
  • extra thin design
  • lever arm design prevents lower molar from tipping and rotating
  • SLS laser technology

How does the space maintainer work?

  • An individual space maintainer is designed
  • Keeps leeway space
  • The design of the space maintainer doesn’t hinder the eruption of the permanent tooth
  • It should be removed when the permanent tooth is in it’s way for fully eruption

maxillary hypoplasia

Class III treatment

In order to achieve your desired finish, we use NON compliance treatment options for most of our ortho issues.

The suggested appliance in maxillary hypoplasia cases in children, adolescents and young adults is the Rapid Palatal Expander (RPE)/Delaire.

Technical Description

  • NON compliance treatm­­­­­­­­­­­ent
  • Individually designed
  • appliance is not visible while speaking
  • easy to insert
  • easy home adjusted by parents
  • extra thin design
  • ball hook for elastics (Delaires masc)
  • SLS laser technology

How the Rapid Palatal Expander (RPE) works?

  • it is bonded onto the fixed teeth and pushes both maxillary sides apart
  • activating the RPE screw expands the sutura mediana
  • Activating the screw shows a gap between the upper mesial incisors
  • Helps nose breathing
  • Delaire masc pulls maxilla forward (during night)
  • 6 month wearing time

What can you treat with Rapid Palatal Expander (RPE)?

  • Unilateral crossbite
  • Bilateral crossbite
  • It opens maxillary sutures prior to Delaires masc therapie

Indication for treatment at young childrens age (7 to 10)?

  • Premature teeth must be tight

Indication for treatment at childrens age (10 to 17)?

  • After full development of maxillary 4 and 5

crossbite

Treatment with RPE

In order to achieve your desired finish, we use NON compliance treatment options for most of our ortho issues.

The suggested appliance in maxillary hypoplasia cases in children, adolescents and young adults is the Rapid Palatal Expander (RPE).

Technical Description

  • NON compliance treatm­­­­­­­­­­­ent
  • Individually designed
  • appliance is not visible while speaking
  • easy to insert
  • easy home adjusted by parents
  • extra thin design
  • SLS laser technology

How the Rapid Palatal Expander (RPE) works?

  • it is bonded onto the fixed teeth and pushes both maxillary sides apart
  • activating the RPE screw expands the sutura mediana
  • Activating the screw shows a gap between the upper mesial incisors
  • Helps nose breathing
  • 6 month wearing time

What can you treat with Rapid Palatal Expander (RPE)?

  • Unilateral crossbite
  • Bilateral crossbite

Indication for treatment at young childrens age (7 to 10)?

  • Premature teeth must be tight

Indication for treatment at childrens age (10 to 17)?

  • After full development of maxillary 4 and 5

herbst appliance space closure

Herbst appliance

In order to achieve your desired finish, we use NON compliance treatment options for maxillary space closure issues.

The suggested appliance in this case is the herbst appliance

Technical Description

  • NON compliance treatm­­­­­­­­­­­ent
  • Individually designed
  • maxillary ball joint allows most jaw movements
  • screwless design
  • appliance is not visible while speaking
  • easy to insert
  • easy adjusted
  • extra thin design
  • place separation elastics after scanning mesial and distal to the upper 6

How the Herbst appliance works?

  • Mandible is forced into class I with a telecopic appliance design
  • Patient can open, move, speak and eat, but he cannot move the mandible into his
  • class II position
  • Throughout the 7 month treatment period maxillary molars will distalize and the
  • lower molar will mesialise
  • TMJ will remodel to the new more anterior condyle position
  • With individual herbst treatment lower incisor will procline less than custom herbst treatment

What else can you treat with Herbst appliance?

  • space closure from mesial to distal in the maxilla
  • space closure in the mandible
  • maximum anchorage cases
  • class II /1
  • class II /2
  • open bite cases
  • maxillary frontal crowding
  • maxillary lost Leeway space
  • lip incompetence in young children
  • prevent trauma to front teeth in children

Treatment start at the age of young adults(15 to 20)?

  • class II /1
  • class II /2
  • maximum anchorage cases
  • space closure in the mandible or maxilla
  • open bite cases
  • maxillary frontal crowding