Nair Galvão Maia

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INTRODUCTION The objective of this study was to evaluate the long-term stability of open-bite surgical-orthodontic correction. METHODS Thirty-nine patients at an initial mean age of 20.83 years were evaluated cephalometrically at pretreatment (T1), immediately after treatment (T2), and at the last recall (T3), with a mean follow-up time of 8.22 years. The(More)
Tooth transposition is a subject that intrigues orthodontists because of the associated treatment planning. Approximately 0.3-0.4% of the population has this type of tooth disharmony, and in the literature, most authors are in disagreement about the treatment approach. In this article, a case is presented of bilaterally maxillary canine-first premolar(More)
AIM To assess the long-term stability of orthodontic treatment and some factors associated to posttreatment changes. METHODS Six hundred twenty-seven dental casts of 209 patients were examined with the PAR Index at pretreatment (T1), end of treatment (T2), and at long-term follow-up (T3, mean 8.5 years posttreatment). Friedman test and multiple regression(More)
OBJECTIVE To identify factors associated with patient satisfaction at least 5 years after orthodontic treatment. MATERIALS AND METHODS A total of 209 orthodontic patients were included in the study. All subjects were treated with upper and lower fixed orthodontic appliances. Dental casts (n = 627) were examined using the Peer Assessment Rating (PAR) Index(More)
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