Influência da cooperação no planejamento e tempo de tratamento da má oclusão de Classe II

@article{Maria2005InflunciaDC,
  title={Influ{\^e}ncia da cooperaç{\~a}o no planejamento e tempo de tratamento da m{\'a} oclus{\~a}o de Classe II},
  author={F{\'a}bio Rog{\'e}rio torres Maria and Guilherme Janson and Marcos Roberto de Freitas and Jos{\'e} Fernando Castanha Henriques},
  journal={Revista Dental Press De Ortodontia E Ortopedia Facial},
  year={2005},
  volume={10},
  pages={44-53}
}
Orthodontic treatment alternatives in cases presenting a complete bilateral Class II malocclusion are varied and may include extractions or not. When the option includes extractions, sagital correction of Class II malocclusion is enormously facilitated by the choice of two upper premolar extractions. When the choice excludes extractions and priorize posterior dental distalization, it seems evident a greater mechanical need and mainly a greater demand for patient cooperation so that the expected… 
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Comparação entre os resultados oclusais e os tempos de tratamento da má oclusão de Classe II por meio da utilização do aparelho Pendulum e das extrações de dois pré-molares superiores
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The results demonstrated that the occlusal outcomes were similar between the groups, however, the two maxillary premolar extraction protocol provided occlusion outcomes in a shorter treatment time than the Pendulum treatment.
UNIVERSIDADE DE SÃO PAULO FACULDADE DE ODONTOLOGIA DE BAURU
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In conclusion, orthodontic-induced inflammation may have a modality specific effect on somatosensory function of the trigeminal system and CPM efficiency may not significantly influence somatosENSory function, pain intensity or released of inflammatory cytokines following orthodentic tooth movement up to 1 month.

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