N K Lokesh

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INTRODUCTION The patient's head can be slightly rotated sagittally vertically or transversely with the head holding device. Because of such improper positions due to head rotation, an error can occur in cephalometric measurements. The purpose of this study was to identify the projection errors of lateral cephalometric radiograph due to head rotation in the(More)
BACKGROUND The patient's head can be slightly rotated sagitally vertically or transversely within the head holding device. Because of such improper positions due to the head rotation, an error can occur in cephalometric measurements. The purpose of this study was to identify the potential projection errors of lateral cephalometric radiograph due to head(More)
In orthodontic treatment, anchorage control is essential for success. A recent development, stationary anchorage (micro- implants) eliminates one of the uncertainties of orthodontic tooth movement by offering absolute control over potentially undesirable counter movements. The objective of this study was to establish a 3D finite element model for(More)
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