In some cases, you may want to adjust the whole arch in order to properly align the teeth.
These arch movements are the primary treatment methods used to create or reduce space between teeth.
Our case parameters describe how much movement we recommend for each of these types of movements.
Distalization is moving a tooth along the occlusal plane away from the midline.
Mesialization is moving a tooth along the occlusal plane towards the midline.
Expansion is moving posterior teeth outwards away from the midline.
Proclination is tipping the crown of anterior teeth labially.
Lingualization is moving teeth towards the tongue side of the arch.