Arash Poorsattar-Bejeh Mir

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STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM Refractory nocturnal enuresis possesses a heavy psychosocial burden for the affected child. Only a 15% spontaneous annual cure rate is reported. PURPOSE This patient-level meta-analysis aimed to evaluate the efficacy of rapid palatal expansion to treat nocturnal enuresis among children. MATERIALS AND METHOD A sensitive search of(More)
AIM The aim of the present study was to introduce a scoring system to select optimal sites to insert a miniscrew in a hard palate. METHODS The present study consisted of 37 adult patients (21 females and 16 males) aged between 20 and 50 years, with a mean age of 34.81 (±9.52) years. Hard and soft tissues of the anterior hard palate were assessed using(More)
Request for temporary removal of orthodontic appliances due to medical conditions that require magnetic resonance (MR) imaging is not uncommon in daily practice in the field of orthodontics. This may be at the expense of time and cost. Metal Orthodontic appliances cause more signal loss and image distortion as compared to ceramic and titanium ones.(More)
OBJECTIVE We aimed to compare the bicortical fixation of a palatal miniscrew in comparison to monocortical anchorage when total anchored cortical layer thicknesses are the same. MATERIALS AND METHODS Six models were designed: I, monocortical, 1.1 mm palatal cortical thickness, 8.5 mm bone height; II, bicortical, 0.4 mm palatal, 0.7 mm nasal cortical(More)
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