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Thirty persons with Class II Division 1 subdivision malocclusions, ranging in age from 12 years 8 months to 42 years, underwent computed tomography of the temporomandibular joints. The images obtained from sagittal slices were used to assess the depth of the mandibular fossa, the angulation of the posterior wall of the articular tubercle, the condyle-fossa(More)
Thirty persons ranging from 12 years 8 months to 42 years of age with Class II Division 1 subdivision malocclusions underwent computed tomography of the temporomandibular joints. The images obtained from axial slices were evaluated for possible asymmetries in size and position that may exist between the condylar processes associated with this malocclusion.(More)
The dental and skeletal dimensions of individuals with Class I skeletal pattern in puberty were compared. Eighty patients with Class I malocclusion were selected, independent of the vertical relations (overbite) of the incisors. The sample was divided into 3 groups: normal, short and excessive lower anterior face height, based on facial proportions. The(More)
The use of computers as an auxiliary instrument for case evaluation and procedures in health sciences is not new, and their advantages are well known. A growing number of orthodontists are using computerized systems for cephalometric analysis. Thus, this study evaluated the reliability of both computerized and manual methods used for creating profile(More)
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