Cameron L Aboudara

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INTRODUCTION Changes in the normal pattern of nasal respiration can profoundly affect the development of the craniofacial skeleton in both humans and experimental animals. The orthodontist is often the first clinician to notice that a child is breathing primarily through the mouth, either at the initial examination or later during treatment. The lateral(More)
Accurate images of the craniofacial region are critical for the development of an orthodontic diagnosis and treatment plan. The NewTom QR 9000 Volume Scanner (QR s.r.l., Verona, Italy) represents a significant advance in imaging capabilities for dentistry and orthodontics. This new-generation scanner uses computed tomography technology to provide a complete(More)
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