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Anterior Open Bite : Review and Management 1

@inproceedings{Arora2016AnteriorOB,
  title={Anterior Open Bite : Review and Management 1},
  author={Dr Bhawna Arora and Dr. Mridula Mahajan and Dr. Amandeep Kaur and Harveen Kaur Sekhon},
  year={2016}
}
Diagnosis and treatment of open bite malocclusion challenges pediatric dentists who attempt to intercept this malocclusion at an early age. This article updates clinicians on the causes and cures of anterior open bite based on clinical data. Patients with open bite malocclusion can be diagnosed clinically and cephalometrically, however, diagnosis should be viewed in the context of the skeletal and dental structure. Accurate classification of this malocclusion requires experience and training… 
2 Citations
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TLDR
Prevalence of anterior open bite is relatively low, with no sex predilection, and abnormal oral habit may be a causative factor of AOB.
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