The Interrelationships Among Height , Weight And Chronological , Dental And Skeletal Ages *

@inproceedings{Green2004TheIA,
  title={The Interrelationships Among Height , Weight And Chronological , Dental And Skeletal Ages *},
  author={L J Green},
  year={2004}
}
Orthodontics includes the study of the growth and development of the dentofacial complex particularly, and the growth and development of the body generally16 . Over-all growth and development should be recognized as one of the most important factors in orthodontics. The early prevention and interception of dentofacial deformities is dependent upon an accurate interpretation of the inherent facioskeletal pattern and the over-all growth and development. Hereditary, functional, environmental… CONTINUE READING

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