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Class III nonsurgical treatment using indirect skeletal anchorage: A case report

Choi JY, Lim WH, Chun YS

Treatment of adult patients with Class III malocclusion frequently requires a combined orthodontic and surgical approach. However, if for various reasons, nonsurgical orthodontic treatment is chosen, a stable outcome requires...
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Skeletal maturation associated with the fourth cervical vertebra and menarcheal timing

Lee KH, Hwang YI, Kim YJ, Park YH, Baek SH, Cha KS

OBJECTIVE: This study analyzed the morphologic changes of the fourth cervical vertebra body to determine the skeletal age of orthodntic patients during growth. METHODS: Eighty-one female patients aged from 11 to...
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A comparative study of initial lateral cephalometric characteristics: mandibular setback surgery only versus mandibular setback surgery with advancement genioplasty

Kim JS, Kim JI, Kang SG

OBJECTIVE: The aim of this study was to compare the initial lateral cephalometric characteristics in two groups of patients: those that had mandibular setback surgery only and those that had...
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Treatment and posttreatment changes following intrusion of maxillary posterior teeth with miniscrew implants for open bite correction

Lee HA, Park YC

OBJECTIVE: This study investigated the skeletal and dentoalveolar changes after intrusion of maxillary posterior teeth using miniscrew implants during the treatment and posttreatment period. METHOD: The subjects consisted of 11 adults...
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A 3-D finite element analysis on the mandibular movement pattern and stress distribution during symphyseal widening

Lee DH, Hong HS, Chae JM, Jo JH, Kim SC

OBJECTIVE: The objective of this study was to evaluate the displacement pattern and the stress distribution of the finite element model 3-D visualization during symphyseal widening according to the osteotomy...
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Insertion and removal torques according to orthodontic mini-screw design

Cha JY, Yoon TM, Hwang CJ

OBJECTIVE: This study was designed to analyze the primary and secondary stability characteristics of orthodontic mini-screws of tapered design when compared with the cylinder mini-screw. METHODS: A total of 48 mini-screws...
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