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  • Principles of Cross-bite Treatment

    2006-6-6u2002·u2002Crossbite Normal Telescopic or Scissors Bite . 4 Bilateral crossbite Anterior crossbite. 5. 6 ... A gnathologic term, signifying optimal condyle-articular eminence–glenoid fossa relationships, ... Should be over-corrected by at least 1-2 mm

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  • Crossbite - an overview

    The W arch is constructed of 0.036-inch wire that rests 1.0 to 1.5 mm off the palate to prevent soft tissue irritation. The W arch is expanded approximately 4 to 6 mm wider than its passive width, or so that one arm of the W is resting over the central grooves of …

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  • Crossbite - an overview

    Anterior crossbite problems can be corrected within 3–4 weeks using a modified incline plane. The anterior incline plane portion can be trimmed away by the time the anterior crossbite has been corrected, allowing the appliance to serve as a retainer. Superimposition of the pre- and post-treatment cephalometric radiographs will show: 1.

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  • Correction of anterior crossbite using modified ...

    2016-5-13u2002·u2002Introduction. Anterior crossbite is a major esthetic and functional anomaly which has to be corrected at the onset in primary as well as mixed dentition[] to allow the normal development of occlusion.Moyer describes anterior crossbite as abnormal axial inclination of one or more maxillary teeth.[] It is the lingual positioning of the maxillary anterior teeth in relation to …

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  • Expansion in the absence of crossbite – rationale and ...

    2019-9-28u2002·u2002Hence, crossbite and transverse maxillary deficiency are not a homologous group but must be viewed as a continuum with varying degrees of abnormality. Ghafari et al. found no crossbite or skeletal tendency toward crossbite in their sample group with 1 SD from the mean. Further in individuals with the maxillary transverse discrepancy, the dental ...

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  • (PDF) Posterior crossbites in children: Developmental ...

    Posterior crossbites are one of the most common malocclusion problems observed in the primary and mixed dentitions with a prevalence of approximately 5 to 8% in children aged 3 to 12 years.

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  • (PDF) Orthodontic treatment for posterior crossbites

    Posterior crossbite is when the top back teeth bite down inside the bottom back teeth. It occurs when the top teeth or jaw are narrower. than the bottom teeth and can happen on …

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  • Early Treatment of Class III Malocclusion: A Boon or a

    2017-8-16u2002·u2002The anterior crossbite extended from deciduous canine on the right side to the left side. The molar relation on both the sides was class III with reverse overjet of 2 mm and a reverse overbite of 3 mm (Figs 2 and 3). The cephalometric analysis revealed a skeletal class III relationship (ANB 2º, WITTS— 1.5 mm, BO ahead

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  • Index of Orthodontic Treatment Need (IOTN)

    2.a Overjet > 3.5 mm and ≤ 6 mm (with competent lip closing) 2.b Reverse overjet between 0 and ≤ 1 mm 2.c Anterior or posterior crossbite with 1 mm discrepancy between RCP and ICP 2.d Contact point displacements > 1 mm and ≤ 2 mm 2.e Anterior or posterior open bite > 1 mm and ≤ 2 mm 2.f Increased overbite of ≥ 3.5 mm (without gingival ...

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  • Principles of Cross-bite Treatment

    2006-6-6u2002·u2002Crossbite Normal Telescopic or Scissors Bite . 4 Bilateral crossbite Anterior crossbite. 5. 6 ... A gnathologic term, signifying optimal condyle-articular eminence–glenoid fossa relationships, ... Should be over-corrected by at least 1-2 mm

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  • Treatment of a unilateral Class II crossbite malocclusion ...

    2021-8-12u2002·u2002A 12 year, 3-month-old adolescent girl was treated for right-side Class II malocclusion and crossbite, with rapid palatal expansion and unilateral molar distalization. A bone graft followed by 2 single-tooth implants replaced her missing maxillary right central and lateral incisors.1 She was recalled 12 years and 16 years, 4 months posttreatment (Fig 1).

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  • Protraction facemask - Dr Sylvain Chamberland

    Case 1. As you can see, there was no overbite at the beginning, but at the end of phase 1, a positive overbite of 1 mm was obtain. Case 2. This case show an openbite of 1-2 mm, a posterior crossbite and significant arch length discrepancy. Progress at 6 months show a positive overjet and overbite.

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  • Treatment of Anterior Crossbite in Class III Malocclusion

    1. 5. Intraoral applied retainer. of . TABLE I. CEPHALOMETRIC PRE AND POST 30 MON. THS TREATMENT Measurement X Mean SD 23rd August 2006 8th February 2009 SNA0 084 4 87⁰ SNB0 082 4 90 ⁰>88 ANB 0 2 -3 ⁰<1 NAPog 0-5 5 7⁰< 6⁰< MP:SN0 031 0<5 23 22.5⁰< NSGn0 (sumbu Y) 650 3 610 61⁰ Pog : NB mm 1 mm 2 0,5 0 SGo:NMe% 65% 3 74.33℅ > 74 ...

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  • (PDF) Orthodontic treatment for posterior crossbites

    Posterior crossbite is when the top back teeth bite down inside the bottom back teeth. It occurs when the top teeth or jaw are narrower. than the bottom teeth and can happen on one or both sides ...

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  • Mandibular Deviation and Unilateral Posterior Crossbite ...

    2021-8-10u2002·u2002mandibular deviation greater than 4 mm showed a high incidence of severe TMD and facial deviation19). Skeletal open bite or overjet greater than 6 to 7 mm, retruded cuspal posi-tion intercuspal position, occlusal slides greater than 4 mm, unilateral posterior crossbite, and Fig. 3.

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  • Nonsurgical treatment of an adult patient with bilateral ...

    2021-5-11u2002·u2002pliances, we achieved a good result with optimal occlusion. (Am J Orthod Dentofacial Orthop 2011;140:106-14) P osterior crossbite is a common problem in ortho-dontic practice and has been reported to occur in 8% to 22% of orthodontic patients.1-3 Posterior crossbite occurs when the buccal cusps of the maxillary posterior teeth occlude lingually ...

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  • STUDI KASUS Perawatan ortodontik interseptif pada ...

    jet-1 mm, overbite 1 mm, cross bite gigi 11 21 22 dengan 32 31 41 dan prognasi mandibula. Maloklusi Angle Klas III dentoskeletal, tipe skeletal kelas III, overjet: -1 mm, overbite: 1 mm, disertai prognasi mandibula, bidental protrusif, crossbite

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  • LEAF EXPANDER

    (meaning 1 mm every 10 activations). Generally, the 450 gr L.E. is used on patients with deciduous mixed dentition, while the 900 gr version is preferable when

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  • Adolescent Patient with Bilateral Crossbite Treated with ...

    2021-8-30u2002·u2002Bilateral Crossbite: A Case Report Evaluated by the 3D Laser Scanner until an opening of 9 mm in the region of the first molars was achieved. Then the appliance was locked for three months to help new bone formation. After removal of the Hyrax, a transpalatal arch with arms to first premolars was placed for anchorage.

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  • Principles of Cross-bite Treatment

    2006-6-6u2002·u2002Crossbite Normal Telescopic or Scissors Bite . 2 ... A gnathologic term, signifying optimal condyle-articular eminence–glenoid fossa relationships, ... Should be over-corrected by at least 1-2 mm Distortion and breakage of the appliance and poor oral hygiene

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  • Treatment of a unilateral Class II crossbite malocclusion ...

    2021-8-12u2002·u2002A 12 year, 3-month-old adolescent girl was treated for right-side Class II malocclusion and crossbite, with rapid palatal expansion and unilateral molar distalization. A bone graft followed by 2 single-tooth implants replaced her missing maxillary right central and lateral incisors.1 She was recalled 12 years and 16 years, 4 months posttreatment (Fig 1).

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  • Expansion in the absence of crossbite – rationale and ...

    2019-9-28u2002·u2002Hence, crossbite and transverse maxillary deficiency are not a homologous group but must be viewed as a continuum with varying degrees of abnormality. Ghafari et al. found no crossbite or skeletal tendency toward crossbite in their sample group with 1 SD from the mean. Further in individuals with the maxillary transverse discrepancy, the dental ...

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  • Optimal duration of mechanical ventilation and influencing ...

    2020-1-5u2002·u2002The direction of traction was along the condyle line to the mental point. Distraction activated 2.1 mm daily for 3 days (1.05 mm morning and 1.05 mm evening) and then 1.4 mm daily (0.7 mm morning and 0.7 mm evening) until the patient exhibited a crossbite of the anterior teeth.

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  • Direct Anterior Tracks: Early and Functional Management

    2019-6-27u2002·u20021.3. Therapeutic Objectives in Early Treatment of Anterior Crossbite. The objectives of the treatment of anterior crossbites are (1) to achieve a normal overjet and generate changes in the neuromuscular activity of the chewing muscles while at rest and in function, (2) to influence the position of the condyle in the glenoid cavity, (3) to restore the posture and position of the craniocervical ...

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  • Early Treatment of Class III Malocclusion: A Boon or a

    2017-8-16u2002·u2002The anterior crossbite extended from deciduous canine on the right side to the left side. The molar relation on both the sides was class III with reverse overjet of 2 mm and a reverse overbite of 3 mm (Figs 2 and 3). The cephalometric analysis revealed a skeletal class III …

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  • Index of Orthodontic Treatment Need (IOTN)

    2.a Overjet > 3.5 mm and ≤ 6 mm (with competent lip closing) 2.b Reverse overjet between 0 and ≤ 1 mm 2.c Anterior or posterior crossbite with 1 mm discrepancy between RCP and ICP 2.d Contact point displacements > 1 mm and ≤ 2 mm 2.e Anterior or posterior open bite > 1 mm and ≤ 2 mm 2.f Increased overbite of ≥ 3.5 mm (without gingival ...

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  • Management of skeletal Class III malocclusion with ...

    2015-8-24u2002·u2002After the second phase, maxillary molars were extruded to achieve occlusion. Class I canine and molar relationship were achieved. Moreover, anterior-posterior crossbite and midline shift were corrected. At the end of treatment, the overbite was +2.5 mm from +6 mm and overjet was +2.5 mm from −3.5 mm [Figures 10-12 and Table 1]. Skeletal

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  • Orthodontic treatment for posterior crossbites - Agostino ...

    2014-8-8u2002·u2002For the outcome crossbite correction, the pooled risk ratio (RR) suggests that fixed quad‐helix appliances may be 20% more likely to correct crossbites than removable expansion plates (RR 1.20; 95% CI 1.04 to 1.37) (Analysis 2.1). The 95% CI indicates that the true effect estimate lies somewhere between a 4% and 37% better correction rate for ...

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  • iAOI

    The Class I malocclusion had an anterior crossbite (UR2), upper dental midline deviated 3 mm to the right, and 6 mm of crowding in the lower anterior dentition. The Discrepancy Index (DI) was 13. Etiology: The severe anterior crowding indicated limited development of arch width probably due to inadequate functional loading during the juvenile ...

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  • Functional unilateral posterior crossbite. Orthodontic and ...

    1997-8-1u2002·u2002Functional unilateral posterior crossbite. Orthodontic and functional aspects Functional unilateral posterior crossbite. Orthodontic and functional aspects BOER, M.; STEENKS, M.H. 1997-08-01 00:00:00 S M A Y The purpose of the study was to evaluate U MR the effect of early orthodontic treatment of functional unilateral posterior crosshite (FUPC) and to evaluate temporomandibular …

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  • Management of skeletal Class III malocclusion with ...

    2015-8-24u2002·u2002After the second phase, maxillary molars were extruded to achieve occlusion. Class I canine and molar relationship were achieved. Moreover, anterior-posterior crossbite and midline shift were corrected. At the end of treatment, the overbite was +2.5 mm from +6 mm and overjet was +2.5 mm from −3.5 mm [Figures 10-12 and Table 1]. Skeletal

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  • Transverse Skeletal Effects of Rapid Maxillary Expansion ...

    skeletal crossbite correction resulting from a maxillary deficiency is achieving transverse skeletal expansion of the maxilla with the least dental effects allowing optimum coordination of the maxillary and mandibular dental arches. In 1975, Melsen [2] divided the morphological development of the median palatine suture (MPS) into

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  • Orthodontic treatment for posterior crossbites - Agostino ...

    2014-8-8u2002·u2002For the outcome crossbite correction, the pooled risk ratio (RR) suggests that fixed quad‐helix appliances may be 20% more likely to correct crossbites than removable expansion plates (RR 1.20; 95% CI 1.04 to 1.37) (Analysis 2.1). The 95% CI indicates that the true effect estimate lies somewhere between a 4% and 37% better correction rate for ...

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  • A Single Versatile Appliance for Habit Interception and ...

    2015-11-12u2002·u2002The palatal wire was made contacting the teeth in crossbite and palatally placed lateral incisor anteriorly. It was kept 1 to 1.5 mm away from the marginal gingiva and palatal tissue and extended 1-2 mm posteriorly to the banded molars to eliminate soft tissue irritation. The wire component with the roller was soldered to the bands on permanent ...

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  • Functional evaluation of orthopedic and orthodontic ...

    2014-5-19u2002·u2002INTRODUCTION. Facial asymmetry, a common occurrence in human beings,1 is affected by several etiologic, environmental, and genetic factors. Furthermore, posterior crossbite is one of the most prevalent malocclusions in primary and early mixed dentitions.2,3 Unilateral posterior crossbite commonly causes a functional shift of the mandible toward the crossbite side.

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  • Optimal duration of mechanical ventilation and influencing ...

    2020-1-5u2002·u2002The direction of traction was along the condyle line to the mental point. Distraction activated 2.1 mm daily for 3 days (1.05 mm morning and 1.05 mm evening) and then 1.4 mm daily (0.7 mm morning and 0.7 mm evening) until the patient exhibited a crossbite of the anterior teeth.

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  • Methods of maxillary arch expansion in orthodontics: A ...

    stable results when the maxillary arch is expanded slowly at a rate of 0.5-1 mm/week. The force generated in slow expansion is 2-4 pounds and takes about 2-5 months [6]. sion 1. W-Arch [2] The 'W'; expansion appliance was originally used by Ricketts and his colleagues [7] to treat cleft palate patients.

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  • Combined Orthodontic and Surgical Management for

    2021-6-28u2002·u2002Additionally, intraoral examination revealed a shift in the upper midline to the left by 1.5 mm and a shift to the left of 3 mm in the lower midline in relation to the facial midline. The upper and lower arch relationship showed class III canines on both sides, anterior crossbite with a reverse overjet of −6 mm, and a bilateral posterior ...

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  • Mandibular molar uprighting using orthodontic miniscrew ...

    2018-1-8u2002·u2002The purpose of this systematic review was to identify studies and present the use of miniscrew implants (MIs) as an alternative treatment to mandibular molar uprighting. An electronic search and handsearching were conducted by two independent reviewers to identify relevant articles, published up to January 27, 2017. In order to methodologically assess the eligible studies, a pilot checklist ...

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  • Principles of Cross-bite Treatment

    2006-6-6u2002·u2002Crossbite Normal Telescopic or Scissors Bite . 4 Bilateral crossbite Anterior crossbite. 5. 6 ... A gnathologic term, signifying optimal condyle-articular eminence–glenoid fossa relationships, ... Should be over-corrected by at least 1-2 mm

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  • Treatment of a unilateral Class II crossbite malocclusion ...

    2021-8-12u2002·u2002A 12 year, 3-month-old adolescent girl was treated for right-side Class II malocclusion and crossbite, with rapid palatal expansion and unilateral molar distalization. A bone graft followed by 2 single-tooth implants replaced her missing maxillary right central and lateral incisors.1 She was recalled 12 years and 16 years, 4 months posttreatment (Fig 1).

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  • Protraction facemask - Dr Sylvain Chamberland

    Case 1. As you can see, there was no overbite at the beginning, but at the end of phase 1, a positive overbite of 1 mm was obtain. Case 2. This case show an openbite of 1-2 mm, a posterior crossbite and significant arch length discrepancy. Progress at 6 months show a positive overjet and overbite.

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  • Treatment of Anterior Crossbite in Class III Malocclusion

    1. 5. Intraoral applied retainer. of . TABLE I. CEPHALOMETRIC PRE AND POST 30 MON. THS TREATMENT Measurement X Mean SD 23rd August 2006 8th February 2009 SNA0 084 4 87⁰ SNB0 082 4 90 ⁰>88 ANB 0 2 -3 ⁰<1 NAPog 0-5 5 7⁰< 6⁰< MP:SN0 031 0<5 23 22.5⁰< NSGn0 (sumbu Y) 650 3 610 61⁰ Pog : NB mm 1 mm 2 0,5 0 SGo:NMe% 65% 3 74.33℅ > 74 ...

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  • (PDF) Orthodontic treatment for posterior crossbites

    Posterior crossbite is when the top back teeth bite down inside the bottom back teeth. It occurs when the top teeth or jaw are narrower. than the bottom teeth and can happen on one or both sides ...

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  • Mandibular Deviation and Unilateral Posterior Crossbite ...

    2021-8-10u2002·u2002mandibular deviation greater than 4 mm showed a high incidence of severe TMD and facial deviation19). Skeletal open bite or overjet greater than 6 to 7 mm, retruded cuspal posi-tion intercuspal position, occlusal slides greater than 4 mm, unilateral posterior crossbite, and Fig. 3.

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  • Nonsurgical treatment of an adult patient with bilateral ...

    2021-5-11u2002·u2002pliances, we achieved a good result with optimal occlusion. (Am J Orthod Dentofacial Orthop 2011;140:106-14) P osterior crossbite is a common problem in ortho-dontic practice and has been reported to occur in 8% to 22% of orthodontic patients.1-3 Posterior crossbite occurs when the buccal cusps of the maxillary posterior teeth occlude lingually ...

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  • STUDI KASUS Perawatan ortodontik interseptif pada ...

    jet-1 mm, overbite 1 mm, cross bite gigi 11 21 22 dengan 32 31 41 dan prognasi mandibula. Maloklusi Angle Klas III dentoskeletal, tipe skeletal kelas III, overjet: -1 mm, overbite: 1 mm, disertai prognasi mandibula, bidental protrusif, crossbite

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  • LEAF EXPANDER

    (meaning 1 mm every 10 activations). Generally, the 450 gr L.E. is used on patients with deciduous mixed dentition, while the 900 gr version is preferable when

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  • Adolescent Patient with Bilateral Crossbite Treated with ...

    2021-8-30u2002·u2002Bilateral Crossbite: A Case Report Evaluated by the 3D Laser Scanner until an opening of 9 mm in the region of the first molars was achieved. Then the appliance was locked for three months to help new bone formation. After removal of the Hyrax, a transpalatal arch with arms to first premolars was placed for anchorage.

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  • In the name of GOD

    2017-4-22u2002·u2002anterior crossbite is lack of space for the permanent incisors if the developing crossbite is discovered before eruption is complete and ... will produce optimum rate of movement: 1 mm per month the greatest problems are distortion, breakage and poor oral hygiene .

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  • Orthodontic treatment of a severe unilateral open bite and ...

    2018-6-19u2002·u2002Orthodontic treatment of a severe unilateral open bite and crossbite, by palatal appliance with monolateral screw (by Veltri). A case report ... mm 1 2 2 NMe, mm 117 118 SGo, mm 68 75 SGo/NMe, % 62 65 8.1 63.5 ... every fifth day. By using this appliance, optimal width of maxilla was achieved with simultaneous correction of

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  • Penatalaksaan anterior crossbite dengan incline bite plane ...

    crossbite anterior terkoreksi, overjet mula-mula -2 menjadi 1 mm dan overbite menjadi 1 mm dan da-lam waktu 12 hari gigi molar pertama permanen rahang atas dan bawah kanan kiri sudah bisa ber-oklusi. Derajat kemiringan incline yang disarankan dap

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  • Indication of clear aligners in the early treatment of ...

    2020 Dental Press ornal o rtoontis 33 Dental Press rto 2020 l-A25433-43 original article Indication of clear aligners in the early treatment of anterior crossbite: a case series Edoardo Staderini 1, Romeo Patini, Simonetta Meuli1, Andrea Camodeca1, Federica Guglielmi1, Patrizia Gallenzi1 Introduction: Anterior crossbite (AC) is defined as a reverse sagittal relationship between …

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  • FALL/WINTER 2018 VOL 1 #40 ORTHO LEONEAMERICA ...

    2018-10-11u2002·u2002unilateral crossbite the 6 mm screw should be sufficient while in bilateral crossbite the 9 mm option is recommended. In the case of 6 mm screw, the device is made up of two leaf springs. Normally 10 activations in 4 weeks are performed, reaching the maximum number of activations (30) in 12 weeks (see Protocol 1). The 9 mm device model, with ...

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  • THE KOREAN JOURNAL of ORTHODONTICS

    2014-5-25u2002·u2002Facial asymmetry, a common occurrence in human beings, 1 is affected by several etiologic, environmental, and genetic factors. Furthermore, posterior crossbite is one of the most prevalent malocclusions in primary and early mixed dentitions. 2, 3 Unilateral posterior crossbite commonly causes a functional shift of the mandible toward the crossbite side. . Functional …

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  • Bimaxillary orthognathic surgery and condylectomy for ...

    2017-8-23u2002·u2002lar teeth was deviated to the right side by up to 12 mm (Figures 1; A, B). She showed severe anterior crossbite and posterior crossbite on the right side, and an Angle Class III molar key on the left side and Class II molar key on the right side. She also complained of slight pain in her left TMJ during mouth opening. Her mouth opening was

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  • Clear Aligners: strenghts and weaknesses

    2017-11-23u2002·u2002monolateral crossbite, skeletal crossbite, movements of roots, presurgical cases, full-cusp Class II or III malocclusions (also subdivision malocclusions), rotations severe over 15°, vertical movements major of 2 mm can be very complex to challenge with aligner. Despite claims about the effectiveness of clear aligners, evidence is ...

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  • Early correction of a developing Class III Malocclusion ...

    The optimal time to intervene in a developing Class III malocclusion seems to have a fundamental role in predicting good results [1,2]. On regard of this issue a controversial question arises: when is the best time to start a Class III malocclusion treatment? [1].

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  • Dentosphere : World of Dentistry: MCQs on Development of ...

    2021-9-13u2002·u2002A. 1.7 mm and greater in mandible than in maxilla ... The optimal level of force for moving teeth is 10 to 200 grams D. Bone trabeculae line up in response to mechanical stresses ... D. Anterior crossbite in primary dentition # Safety valve mechanism is: A. The anteroposterior increment in the maxilla at 14 years

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