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Characteristics of MSX1 gene in Korean nonsyndromic cleft lip and palate individuals

Lee HK, Kim SS, Son WS

OBJECTIVE: This study was performed to identify the characteristics of the MSX1 gene (locus chromosome 4p16) in Korean nonsyndromic cleft lip and palate (CL/P), which is assumed to be a...
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A study of upper airway dimensional change according to maxillary superior movement after orthognathic surgery

Kim YI, Park SB, Kim JR

OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study was to evaluate the upper airway dimensional change according to maxillary superior movement after orthognathic surgery and to identify the relationship between the amount...
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Soft tissue changes associated with advancement genioplasty in skeletal class III individuals receiving mandibular set-back surgery

Kim KR, Kim SS, Son WS, Park SB

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to assess the hard and soft tissue changes associated with mandibular bilateral sagittal split osteotomy and genioplasty. METHODS: This is a retrospective study of...
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Labial and buccal surface contours of Korean normal occlusion in a three-dimensional digital model

Chae JH, Song JW, Cha JY, Choi JS, Park YC

OBJECTVIE: This study was performed to investigate the labio/buccal clinical crown curvatures of Korean permanent teeth and to obtain the curve-ratio data in an attempt to fabricate bracket bases fit...
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Soft tissue change of the midface in skeletal class III orthognathic surgery patients

Jung JH, Kim SS, Son WS, Park SB

PURPOSE: The first objective of this study was to compare the upper midface morpholgy, focusing on the soft tissues, between skeletal Class III maloccusion patients with midfacial depression and the...
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Effect of airway and tongue in facial morphology of prepubertal Class I, II children

Hwang YI, Lee KH, Lee KJ, Kim SC, Cho HJ, Cheon SH, Park YH

OBJECTIVE: This study examined the craniofacial morphology of young patients in their prepubertal stage showing class I, II malocclusion, by analyzing lateral cephalograms, and analyzed its relationship with tongue position,...
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