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Arch perimeter changes on rapid palatal expansion.
Tomographic assessment of temporomandibular joints in patients with malocclusion.
Evaluating the morphologic relationship of the condyle and fossa in patients with different malocclusions and skeletal relationships found the left condyle was found to be more anteriorly positioned than the right, and no significant difference in condylar position was observed between groups based on overbite or crossbite.
A longitudinal cephalometric study of transverse and vertical craniofacial growth.
The effects of exogenous prostaglandins on orthodontic tooth movement in rats.
Assessment of symphysis morphology as a predictor of the direction of mandibular growth.
- T. Aki, R. Nanda, G. Currier, S. K. Nanda
- MedicineAmerican journal of orthodontics and dentofacial…
Symphysis morphology was found to be associated with the direction of mandibular growth, especially in male subjects with symphysis ratio having the strongest relationship.
An in vitro evaluation of bond strength of three glass ionomer cements.
Skeletal and dental changes associated with the treatment of deep bite malocclusion.
The effects of exogenous prostaglandin E2 on root resorption in rats.
A cephalometric evaluation of nonextraction cervical headgear treatment in Class II malocclusions.
The results showed that the changes were very close to what would occur as a result of normal growth in Class I individuals, including the maxillary permanent first molars continued to progress forward, the maxilla continued to grow forward, and the cranial base showed very little change, if any.