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Correction of palatally displaced maxillary lateral incisors without brackets

Choi KH, Lee Y, Kim M, Chun YS

This article describes the orthodontic treatment of a 25-year-old Korean female patient with anterior crowding, including palatally displaced lateral incisors. Her facial profile was satisfactory, but 3.5 mm of maxillary...
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Psychosocial impact of malocclusion in Spanish adolescents

Bellot-Arcis C, Montiel-Company JM, Almerich-Silla JM

OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the psychosocial impact of malocclusion, determine its relationship with the severity of malocclusion, and assess the influence of gender and social class on this relationship in adolescents. METHODS:...
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Fatigue resistance, debonding force, and failure type of fiber-reinforced composite, polyethylene ribbon-reinforced, and braided stainless steel wire lingual retainers in vitro

Foek DL, Yetkiner E, Ozcan M

OBJECTIVE: To analyze the fatigue resistance, debonding force, and failure type of fiber-reinforced composite, polyethylene ribbon-reinforced, and braided stainless steel wire lingual retainers in vitro. METHODS: Roots of human mandibular central...
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Soft-tissue thickness of South Korean adults with normal facial profiles

Cha KS

OBJECTIVE: To standardize the facial soft-tissue characteristics of South Korean adults according to gender by measuring the soft-tissue thickness of young men and women with normal facial profiles by using...
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Relationship between chin deviation and the position and morphology of the mandible in individuals with a unilateral cleft lip and palate

Kim KS, Son WS, Park SB, Kim SS, Kim YI

OBJECTIVE: In this study, we aimed to examine the relationship between chin deviation and the positional and morphological features of the mandible and to determine the factors that contributed to...
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Three-dimensional evaluation of the relationship between nasopharyngeal airway shape and adenoid size in children

Oh KM, Kim MA, Youn JK, Cho HJ, Park YH

OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the shapes and sizes of nasopharyngeal airways by using cone-beam computed tomography and to assess the relationship between nasopharyngeal airway shape and adenoid hypertrophy in children. METHODS: Linear...
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