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Salivary bone-specific alkaline phosphatase as predictor of puberty phase

  title={Salivary bone-specific alkaline phosphatase as predictor of puberty phase},
  author={Harryanto Wijaya and Lindawati Soetanto Kusdhany and Sri Redjeki and Benny M Soegiharto},
  journal={Journal of International Dental and Medical Research},
The identification of the puberty phase is crucial, as it enhances the efficiency and effectiveness of malocclusion treatment. The observation or evaluation of bone morphology developments and changes through radiographs, known as the skeletal maturation method, is the most valid puberty phase indicator. Since this method requires radiographic exposure, a new, non-invasive prediction method for the puberty phase is needed. This study aimed to analyze the potential of the level of salivary bone… Expand
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