Conxa Planas

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Orthodontic goniometry applied to expansion cases treated by P. Planas method (neuro-occlusal rehabilitation) demonstrates considerable bimaxillary transverse expansion (crown and apices). Maximal expansion of 10 mm was noted for mandibular apices with a mean of 5.8 mm. Maximal expansion of 11.5 mm was noted for maxillary apices with a mean of 8.11 mm.(More)
This article describes the teaching experience gained from the introduction of the Spanish electronic European Language Portfolio (eELP+14) in the university teaching of the Erasmus Intensive Language Course (EILC) within the Vives Network of Universities. The aim was to seek the views of teachers during their first experimental work with undergraduates in(More)
The possibility of apical expansion has been a matter of debate for a long time in orthodontics. Measure of expansion is easily obtained at the level of the crowns, but is coronal expansion a significant measure for apical expansion? This question received an answer as early as 1948 with the practical use of a method, "orthodontic goniometry" created by M.(More)
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