Dental arch changes following rapid maxillary expansion.

  title={Dental arch changes following rapid maxillary expansion.},
  author={Sabrina Mutinelli and Mauro Cozzani and Mario Manfredi and Marco Bee and Giuseppe Siciliani},
  journal={European journal of orthodontics},
  volume={30 5},
The purpose of this research was to evaluate changes in upper arch dimension and form following rapid maxillary expansion (RME) using a modified Haas appliance in the primary dentition. The sample comprised 49 children [17 males, 32 females, mean age 7 years 5 months, standard deviation (SD) 1 year 1 month] with a crossbite or maxillary crowding. Twenty patients had a normal SN-GoGn angle (7 males, 13 females, mean 33.25 degrees, SD 2.10), three were low angle (1 male, 2 females, mean 27.67… CONTINUE READING
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