bimaxillary

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bimaxillary

[¦bī′max·ə‚ler·ē]
(anthropology)
Pertaining to the distance between the lower margins of the sutures of the maxilla and malar bones.
(zoology)
Pertaining to the two halves of the maxilla.
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Large incisor retraction leads to narrowing of the upper airway in adult bimaxillary protrusion patients.
An adult bimaxillary protrusion treated with corticotomy-facilitated orthodontics and titanium miniplates.
This 16-year-old patient presented with a Class I bimaxillary protrusion malocclusion with a significant anteroposterior skeletal discrepancy, and a high angle between the maxillary and mandibular planes.
Thirty-five patients (M:F ratio 18:17) with bimaxillary protrusion with age ranging from 14-17 years (mean calculated age 15.
Most bimaxillary protrusion adult cases com- plain of increased facial height and lip protrusion rather than the dental protrusion.
Exclusion criteria: Pure skeletal vertical maxillary excess, Bimaxillary protrusion