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Prevention of enamel demineralization during orthodontic treatment: an in vitro comparative study.
AIM Enamel demineralization is considered to be the most prevalent and significant iatrogenic effect associated with fixed orthodontic treatment and can seriously jeopardize both tooth longevity andExpand
Effects of light curing of conventional and self-etching primers on shear bond strength.
Orthosurgical Management of a Severe Class III Malocclusion
Success in the management of a skeletal Class III malocclusion depends on proper diagnosis and treatment planning. In adults with a severe discrepancy, combined orthosurgical approach is the only wayExpand
Effect of fluoride mouth rinses on various orthodontic archwire alloys tested by modified bending test: an in vitro study.
OBJECTIVE Fluorides can cause corrosion and degradation in mechanical properties of commonly used archwires by forming hydrofluoric acid HF and causing disruption of protective titanium oxide layer.Expand
Effect of antioxidant on orthodontic bracket bond strength after vital bleaching
Objectives: The objective of this study is to compare the neutralization effect of various antioxidant agents on the bond strength of composite resins on stainless steel and ceramic bracketsExpand
Team Management of a Young Adult with a Traumatic Cleft Repair
The orthodontist role in a cleft palate craniofacial team is undebatable. For satisfactory results, close coordination among team members is mandatory. This interactive, evidence-based andExpand
Interdisciplinary Treatment of Severe Bimaxillary Dentoalveolar Protrusion in Adult With Generalized Periodontitis - A Case Report
Introduction: Adult periodontitis is most prevalent form of periodontitis resulting in attachment loss that produces esthetic and functional problems for the patient. Periodontal disease must beExpand
A severe skeletal Class II correction by activator headgear combination
Skeletal Class II malocclusion with mandibular deficiency and maxillary excess is a severe skeletal problem encountered in growing individuals. Correction of mandibular deficiency and maxillaryExpand
Quantitative biochemical study of collagen in human gingiva.
  • N. Kamat
  • Medicine
  • Indian journal of experimental biology
  • 1971
Rapid Maxillary Expansion Versus Rapid Maxillary Alveolar Expansion in Adults
Introduction: The main purpose of rapid palatal expansion is to normalize a constricted maxillary arch. Most transverse maxillary deficiencies have been uniquely responsive to rapid maxillaryExpand