malocclusion


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malocclusion

[¦mal·ə′klü·zhən]
(medicine)
Faulty occlusion of the teeth.
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Cervical vertebral column morphology related to craniofacial morphology and head posture in preorthodontic children with Class II malocclusion and horizontal maxillary overjet.
Only one article assessed the relationship between malocclusion and dysfunction of the auditory tube itself.
Individuals were selected based on the following criteria: Class II facial pattern associated with mandibular retrusion, Class II division 1 malocclusion, mixed dentition, absence of severe crowding in mandibular arch and transverse problems.
The company seeks to establish Invisalign treatment as a widely accepted and standard method for treating malocclusion, and to establish its intra-oral scanning platform as the preferred scanning protocol for 3D digital scans.
Simultaneously, the highest incidence of malocclusion was observed in a group of distal occlusion (according to the classification by Orlik-Grzybowska) [7-11].
Intrarater agreement about the etiology of Class II malocclusion and treatment approach.
The Index of Orthodontic Treatment Need (IOTN) was developed to grade malocclusion on the basis of the significance of various occlusal traits for dental health and esthetic impairment [23].
6) Individuals with cerebral palsy may also suffer from seizures or Class II malocclusion, which can lead to dental injuries.
Interception of a developing Class III malocclusion with facemask therapy.
Overall, the difference between the groups showed a greater tooth dimension in the malocclusion group of population compared to the normal group, and the most significant difference was observed in the mesiodistal dimension of maxillary 2nd premolar, which was 0.
Treatment of the class III malocclusion with maxillary expansion and protraction.
This atlas outlines the fundamental treatment concepts of orthodontic therapy, covering key problems in orthodontics, and treatment of crossbite, deep bite, open bite, and class II and class III malocclusion, as well as extraction therapy.