Fernanda Martins Coelho Catharino

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OBJECTIVE The aim of the present work was to systematically review the literature and identify all peer-reviewed papers dealing with etiological and risk factors associated with bruxism. DATA SOURCES Data extraction was carried out according to the standard Cochrane systematic review methodology. The following databases were searched for randomized(More)
Objective: To evaluate the esthetic perception of different appliances by Brazilian lay adults and its influence in the attributed value of orthodontic treatment, considering evaluators’ socioeconomic status, age and gender. Methods: Eight different combinations of orthodontic appliances and clear tray aligners were placed in a consenting adult with(More)
OBJECTIVE To report on 9 patients presenting with sporadic motor neuron disease , who over a long period of time evolved with a symmetrical proximal brachial amyotrophic diplegia. METHODS Nine patients were followed-up who , displayed, since onset, a progressive limitation of arm flexion/abduction resulting in a peculiar posture with both hands hanging(More)
Several etiological factors for gingival recession have been discussed in the literature, and the vestibular region of the mandibular incisors is a critical anatomical area for the emergence of this condition. Anterior crossbite is an important factor, because the trauma from occlusion between the incisors generates an imbalance in the distribution of(More)
Dr. Marissa Keesler attended dental school at Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska and in 1987 received her Doctor of Dental Surgery degree with high honors. In 1989, she graduated from Marquette University with a Certificate and Master of Science degree in Orthodontics. Dr. Keesler has been an Adjunct Professor in the Marquette Graduate Orthodontic(More)
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