Role of parental variables in predicting facial growth after treatment of anterior crossbite.

Abstract

A pilot study was done to determine whether parental cephalometric variables could be used to better predict craniofacial dimensions in their offspring. The sample consisted of lateral roentgenographic cephalograms from 41 children who had been treated with functional appliances for anterior crossbites and from their respective parents. The actual… (More)

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