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movement

(Activity), noun campaign, cause, mass movement, motion, operation, principle, series of actions directed towards a particular end, undertaking

movement

(Progress), noun action, agitation, circulation, course, denomination, effort, great cause, interest, issue, measure, outflow, performance, removal, shift, step, stir, stride, transition, transmittal, traveling

movement

(Shipment), noun cartage, conveyance, transit, transportation
See also: activity, band, campaign, circulation, course, denomination, dispatch, operation, outflow, progress, transition, transmittal
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the first FDA-cleared clinical approach to safely accelerate orthodontic tooth movement by applying gentle micropulses via SoftPulse Technology[sup.
A finite element model of apical force distribution from orthodontic tooth movement.
Influence of bisphosphonates on orthodontic tooth movement in mice.
I have yet to stop a patient from wearing an oral appliance because of tooth movement that we couldn't manage somehow.
Some periodontal tissue reactions to orthodontic tooth movement in monkeys.
A brief grinding session also can help distribute an instrument's pressure against several teeth instead of just one, which protects against tooth movement.
Gobetti's 12-year-old son, a clarinet player, started to suffer from tooth movement only a few months after he began taking music lessons.
In the following year, clinical trials involving 60 female patients confirmed that the method doubles the speed of tooth movement in humans.
Clarity[TM] SL Braces Combine Clear Braces with More Efficient Tooth Movement
Aura, the first FDA-cleared clinical approach to safely accelerate orthodontic tooth movement by applying gentle micropulses via SoftPulse Technology[sup.
Alternately, magnetic forces can be used to generate the force for tooth movement and orthopaedic treatment (1).
Traditional braces require elastic ties to hold wires in place, which can accumulate bacteria, stain or “yellow” during treatment and often require uncomfortable “tightening” that can actually hinder tooth movement and prolong treatment.