Kika Ortodontia

Mini-Implants Protocoling Devices

Rapid expansion of the maxilla assisted by mini-implants (without surgery)

Rapid expansion in adults is one of the most sought-after procedures at the moment, because it can remove the patient from surgery.

With the use of skeletal anchorage through mini-implants, this new therapeutic modality has been shown to be quite effective in the treatment of maxillary atresia.

This therapy is known as MARPE, the term Quick Expansion of Jaw Assisted by Mini-Implants, which can be used in young and adult patients without surgery.

There are several MARPE models, which vary according to age, type of auxiliary movement, degree of atresia, and quality and bone thickness.

It requires care in its realization so that the disjunction really can happen. 3D measurements can be carried out to plan your case.

Protocol Manhães Class III

This protocol consists of treating class III in a non-invasive manner, eliminating the undesirable effects of conventional protraction and potentiating the orthopedic effect.

This mechanic is composed by Hyrax Hybrid (disjunction assisted by mini-implants) and Barra Manhães for the use of Class III elastics.

Individualized Jaw Impact Bar

The high cost of mini-boards has opened up new horizons when it comes to jaw impaction.

This mechanic is performed with mini-implants on the palate, which support the impaction bar.

Extra-alveolar implants with specific hooks are used for this mechanics in order to promote the intrusion of the selected elements without inclinations.

Arc Rotation

Correction of the deviation of the Midline until today was accomplished with the use of brackets, elastics, among others. However, this new modality that uses the skeletal anchorage and sliding cursors, has been commonly requested by the control of the biomechanics, its ease of activations and we can still take into account that it is an aesthetic device.

Areas of bone graft

Patients who underwent bone graft procedures until now were destined to be without teeth at graft sites, because of the contact of the resin of the prosthesis to press the grafted area.

With the use of skeletal anchorage, it is possible to leave the graft area suspended, free of contact and thus the patient can smile freely with the aesthetic elements in position. This technique is possible today due to the 2D prior planning to stipulate the best installation areas and forces exerted on the mini-implants as well as the quality of stiffness required by this type of part where welds used in the past would not support such forces.


In speaking of distalization there are several models of devices on mini-implants, being symmetrical, asymmetrical, with intrusive component, associated to disjunction etc. Ask for a 2D planning of your case.

Multifunction Bars

The multifunction bars are excellent anchoring accessories and can be palatal or vestibular (hinged) and enable movement such as retraction, intrusion, distalization, loss of anchorage, correction of Brodie bite etc. Submit the 2D planning request.

Loss of anchorage

The loss of anchorage for many is the Achilles' heel of orthodontics, and so it is a movement where mini-implants are well indicated. These can be devices made with guides for the biomechanical control of the case or a simple absolute anchorage device.

For Individual Movements Devices not mentioned above, in the customer space you find many options in our catalog and you can also request free 2D planning for specific cases or multiple functions.