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Orthodontic and surgical management of cleidocranial dysplasia

Park TK, Vargervik , Oberoi S

Cleidocranial dysplasia (CCD), an autosomal dominant disorder with a prevalence of 1 in 1,000,000 individuals, is mainly caused by mutations in Runx2, a gene required for osteoblastic differentiation. It is...
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Does the time interval after bleaching influence the adhesion of orthodontic brackets?

Nascimento GCR, de Miranda CA, Machado SM, Brandao GA, de Almeida HA, Silva CM

OBJECTIVE: To test the null hypothesis that no difference exists between the effects of at-home bleaching and in-office bleaching on shear bond strength (SBS) with bracket bonding at 4 different...
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Debonding forces of three different customized bases of a lingual bracket system

Sung JW, Kwon TY, Kyung HM

OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study was to investigate whether extension of the custom base is necessary for enhancement of bond strength, by comparing the debonding forces and residual adhesives...
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Evaluation of the relationship between upper incisor exposure and cephalometric variables in Korean young adults

Han SH, Lee EH, Cho JH, Chae JM, Kim SC, Chang NY, Kang KH

OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study was to classify Korean young adults into 3 groups on the basis of upper incisor exposure rates (UIERs) and to compare the skeletal, dental,...
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Effect of bite force on orthodontic mini-implants in the molar region: Finite element analysis

Lee HJ, Lee KS, Kim MJ, Chun YS

OBJECTIVE: To examine the effect of bite force on the displacement and stress distribution of orthodontic mini-implants (OMIs) in the molar region according to placement site, insertion angle, and loading...
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Comparison of the condyle-fossa relationship between skeletal class III malocclusion patients with and without asymmetry: a retrospective three-dimensional cone-beam computed tomograpy study

Kim HO, Lee W, Kook YA, Kim Y

OBJECTIVE: This study investigated whether temporomandibular joint (TMJ) condyle-fossa relationships are bilaterally symmetric in class III malocclusion patients with and without asymmetry and compared to those with normal occlusion. The...
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