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OBJECTIVE This study investigated the psychometric properties of an adolescent version of the Questionnaire of Eating and Weight Patterns (QEWP-A). METHOD Male and female adolescents between 10-18… (More)
A glance at the title of this book would immediately trigger an interest in most orthodontists and probably some of the legal profession. So what is the aim of this book and what is the content? The… (More)
Several theorists have suggested that childhood inattention-overactivity ("attention deficit disorder," "hyperactivity") may arise from a deficit in the inhibitory mechanisms of the prefrontal… (More)
An unusual presentation of palatal fracture is described. Reduction and fixation with an orthodontic appliance proved to be an efficient and novel method in the treatment of this fracture.
This section deals with the important issue of impacted teeth. Impacted canines in Class I uncrowded cases can be improved by removal of the deciduous canines. There is some evidence that this is… (More)
Despite the introduction of IRAS, obtaining R&D approvals for multicentre studies is a major rate limiting step. Our experience with cleft research demonstrates that this approvals process must be… (More)
This study examined features of dental occlusion in patients born with a unilateral cleft lip and palate (UCLP). The intention was to develop a 'Goslon type' index for 5 year old children. The Goslon… (More)
OBJECTIVE To compare Hawley with vacuum-formed retainers. MATERIALS AND METHODS Eighty-two patients who had received treatment with upper and lower fixed appliances were randomly assigned either a… (More)
Orthodontic treatment, like all aspects of dentistry, exposes the clinician to the risk of malpractice and litigation. Demineralisation of tooth enamel is still one of the main complications of… (More)
There are various reasons for offering patients orthodontic treatment. Some of these include improved aesthetics, occlusal function and the long-term dental health.