Skeletal and dental effects of a mini maxillary protraction appliance.

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The aim of this study was to evaluate the skeletal and dentoalveolar changes achieved by a modified protractor in growing skeletal and dental Class III patients and to compare these changes with normal growth in a Class I untreated control group. The study group consisted of 25 patients (11 girls, 14 boys; mean age 11.74 +/- 1.81 years). The control group… (More)

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@article{Altu2006SkeletalAD, title={Skeletal and dental effects of a mini maxillary protraction appliance.}, author={Zahir Altuğ and Aysegul Dalkiran Arslan}, journal={The Angle orthodontist}, year={2006}, volume={76 3}, pages={360-8} }