Single Tooth Expansion Screw: moves the tooth up to 3.5 mm
Transverse Screw: placed in the arch and can widen it up to 7mm
Sagital Screw: Used when a space is needed between 2 teeth, gives up to 5mm expansion
Arrow Clasps: Made from .028 wire
C Clasps: Made from .032 wire placed on the 1st molars for anchorage.
Ball Clasps: Made from .032 wire placed on the 1st molars for anchorage.
Adams Clasps: Made from .032 wire placed on the 1st molars for anchorage.
Helicle Spring: made .018 stainless steel used, generally, to advance a single tooth
Finger Springs: made from .016, .018, or .020 stainless steel, used to treat minor rotations
Book End Springs: A pair of Finger Springs used to treat minor rotations on multiple teeth
Whip Springs: Can be used with an expansion screw. Expanding either cuspid to cuspid or lateral to lateral, it is used to round our crowded anteriors.
Anterior Bite Plane: Used to put pressure on lower anterior teeth or to disocclude posterior teeth