These conventional methods do not provide reliable anchorage without patient compliance and anchor loss.
When using skeletal anchorage such as osseous dental implants, miniplates, microscrews, or microscrews, the clinician can expect reliable anchorage without patient compliance.
Among these anchorage devices, microscrew implants have been increasingly used in orthodontic anchorage because of their absolute anchorage, low cost, easy placement, and removal.
The small size of microscrew implants allow them to be placed in the bone between the teeth, thus expanding their clinical application. The success of the dental implant has been studied extensively. However, very few studies have been conducted on this complication and management.
This article gives a review of the factors related to the clinical success of microscrew implants used in orthodontics as absolute anchorage.
The success of the micro implant anchorage is dependent on factors; - Micro screw design,
- Proper insertion site,
- Careful operation.