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A study on the reproducibility of cephalometric landmarks when undertaking a three-dimensional (3D) cephalometric analysis
Objectives: Cone Beam Computerized Tomography (CBCT) allows the possibility of modifying some of the diagnostic tools used in orthodontics, such as cephalometry. The first step must be to study theExpand
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A comparison between dental measurements taken from CBCT models and those taken from a digital method.
The aims of the study were to assess speed, reliability, accuracy, and reproducibility in measuring mesiodistal tooth sizes, bicanine widths, bimolar widths, and arch lengths (ALs) using cone beamExpand
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Primary double teeth. A retrospective clinical study of their morphological characteristics and associated anomalies.
AIM To investigate the relationship between morphology and position of double teeth, and the occurrence of other dental anomalies in the same subjects and in their siblings. SAMPLE OF CHILDREN ANDExpand
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Eruption cysts: retrospective clinical study of 36 cases.
The eruption cyst is a lesion associated with an erupting tooth. It appears as a transparent, bluish, blue or blue-black swelling of the alveolar mucosa, over a temporal or permanent tooth inExpand
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Determination of Bolton tooth-size ratios by digitization, and comparison with the traditional method.
The Bolton Index is one of the most useful calculations for precise orthodontic diagnosis as it shows if there is a correct ratio between dental proportions. However, at times, this calculation isExpand
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Do Bolton's ratios apply to a Spanish population?
INTRODUCTION Previous studies have shown that populations differ with respect to interarch tooth-size relationships, and differences in tooth sizes are not systematic. The aims of this study were toExpand
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Influence of first and second premolar extraction or non-extraction treatments on mandibular third molar angulation and position. A comparative study.
The mandibular third molar (3M) is the tooth that is most often impacted, with lack of space being one of the reasons. In some orthodontic treatments, premolars are extracted in order to createExpand
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New, fast, and accurate procedure to calibrate a 2-dimensional digital measurement method.
Traditionally, dental casts have been measured by hand, with conventional calipers. Today, several digital methods are available for automatically measuring tooth size, but their accuracy depends onExpand
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Mismatches between objective parameters and measured perception assessment in room acoustics: A holistic approach
Abstract Psychoacoustic research in the field of concert halls has revealed that many aspects concerning listening perception have yet to be totally understood. On the one hand, the objective roomExpand
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Cephalometric measurements from 3D reconstructed images compared with conventional 2D images.
OBJECTIVE To assess whether the values of different measurements taken on three-dimensional (3D) reconstructions from cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT) are comparable with those taken onExpand
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