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Scar formation and revision after the removal of orthodontic miniscrews

Choi YJ, Lee DW, Kim KH, Chung CJ

Many clinicians expect complete healing after the removal of temporary anchorage devices, but clinical examination may reveal scar-like tissue. This report presents the typical features of scarring detected after the...
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Management of open bite that developed during treatment for internal derangement and osteoarthritis of the temporomandibular joint

Arai C, Choi JW, Nakaoka K, Hamada Y, Nakamura Y

This case report describes the orthodontic treatment performed for open bite caused by internal derangement (ID) and osteoarthritis (OA) of the temporomandibular joint (TMJ). A Japanese woman, aged 31 years...
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Color stability of laboratory glass-fiber-reinforced plastics for esthetic orthodontic wires

Inami T, Tanimoto Y, Minami N, Yamaguchi , Kasai K

OBJECTIVE: In our previous study, glass-fiber-reinforced plastics (GFRPs) made from polycarbonate and glass fibers were prepared for esthetic orthodontic wires using pultrusion. These laboratory GFRP wires are more transparent than...
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Three-dimensional assessment of the temporomandibular joint and mandibular dimensions after early correction of the maxillary arch form in patients with Class II division 1 or division 2 malocclusion

Coskuner H, Ciger S

OBJECTIVE: This study aimed to assess three-dimensional changes in the temporomandibular joint positions and mandibular dimensions after correction of dental factors restricting mandibular growth in patients with Class II division...
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Comparison of occlusal contact areas of class I and class II molar relationships at finishing using three-dimensional digital models

Lee H, Kim M, Chun YS

OBJECTIVE: This study compared occlusal contact areas of ideally planned set-up and accomplished final models against the initial in class I and II molar relationships at finishing. METHODS: Evaluations were performed...
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Accuracy and precision of integumental linear dimensions in a three-dimensional facial imaging system

Kim SH, Jung WY, Seo YJ, Kim KA, Park KH, Park YG

OBJECTIVE: A recently developed facial scanning method uses three-dimensional (3D) surface imaging with a light-emitting diode. Such scanning enables surface data to be captured in high-resolution color and at relatively...
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