The effect of age at diagnosis on the complexity and outcome of treatment of palatally ectopic canines.

Abstract

This study examined the records of 218 patients from the 5-year period 1979-1983 who were treated for palatally ectopic canines in the Glasgow Dental Hospital. It tested the hypothesis that there was a relationship between the age of the patient at diagnosis, and the complexity and outcome of treatment. Whilst the age of the patient had no influence on the… (More)

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@article{Galloway1989TheEO, title={The effect of age at diagnosis on the complexity and outcome of treatment of palatally ectopic canines.}, author={I A Galloway and David R Stirrups}, journal={British journal of orthodontics}, year={1989}, volume={16 4}, pages={259-63} }