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Orthodontic treatment of an ankylosed tooth; application of single tooth osteotomy and alveolar bone distraction osteogenesis

Kim YI, Kim SS, Son WS, Park SB

Tooth anklylosis is defined as the adhesion state of alveolar bone to dentin or cementum. Trauma, disturbed metabolic disease, and congenital disease have been given as etiologic factors. Complications of...
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Investigation of bacteremia after toothbrushing in orthodontic patients

Hussein EA, Acar A, Dogan AA, Kadir T, Caldemir S, Erverdi N

OBJECTIVE: The aim of this study was to investigate the occurrence rate of bacteremia following toothbrushing with toothpastes composed of several antibacterial agents and compare the results with the conventional...
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The relationship between upper airway width and facial growth changes in orthodontic treatment of growing children

Kim YJ, Bok GS, Lee KH, Hwang YI, Park YH

OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study was to evaluate how airway changes influence facial growth during puberty in Korean children. METHODS: Thirty-six patients aged 9 to 11 (mean age: 10.7 years)...
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Menarcheal timing and growth curve shape during the adolescent growth spurt

Ahn YS, Lee KS, Nam JH, Kang YG

OBJECTIVE: This study investigated the onset, peak height velocity (PHV) and end of adolescent growth spurt as well as menarcheal timing deduced from surveying accumulative height growth over many years. METHODS:...
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Anatomic study of the incisive canal in relation to midpalatal placement of mini-implant

Kim SJ, Lim SH

OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study was to reveal the position of the incisive foramen in relation to the incisive papilla and cusp tips. METHODS: Plaster models and CT images of...
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Pharyngeal airway analysis of different craniofacial morphology using cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT)

Kim YI, Kim SS, Son WS, Park SB

OBJECTIVE: CBCT has become popular for orthodontic diagnosis and treatment planning in recent times. The 3D pharyngeal airway space needs to be analysed using a 3D diagnostic tool. The aim...
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