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Differences in Pharyngeal Characteristics According to Angle Class of Malocclusion

. Postpharyngeal lymphoid tissue in Angle Class I and Class II malocclusions. Am J Orthod , 1982; 81:299-309. 20. Zhong Z, Tang Z, Gao X, Zeng XL . A comparison study of upper airway among different skeletal craniofacial patterns in nonsnoring Chinese children. Angle Orthod , 2010; 80:267-274. 21. Segal Y, Malhotra A, Pillar G . Upper airway length may be associated with the severity of obstructive sleep apnea syndrome. Sleep Breath , 2008; 12:311-316. 22. Trenouth MJ, Timms DJ . Relationship of the functional oropharynx to craniofacial morphology. Angle

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Soft Tissue Characteristics and Gender Dimorphism in Class III Malocclusion: a Cephalometric Study in Adult Greeks

: Quintessence Publ. Inc.; 1994. p. 11-24. 7. Dann C, Phillips C, Broder HL, Tulloch JF. Self-concept, Class II malocclusion and early treatment. Angle Orthod, 1995;65:411-416. 8. Rak D. Cephalometric analysis in cases with Class III malocclusions. Stomatol Glas Srb, 1989;36:277-287. 9. Kajikawa Y. Changes in soft tissue profile after surgical correction of skeletal Class III malocclusion. J Oral Surg, 1979;37:167-174. 10. Profitt WR. Contemporary orthodontics. Mosby: St Louis; 2000

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Original Research. Correlation Between Cranial Base Morphology And Various Types Of Skeletal Anomalies

morphology and head posture in pre-orthodontic children with Class II malocclusion and horizontal maxillary overjet. Am J Orthod Dentofacial Orthop. 2011;140:e1-e7. 10. Bjork A. Cranial base developement: A follow-up x-ray study of the individual variation in growth occurring between the ages of 12 and 20 years and its relation to brain case and face development. Am J Orthod. 1955;41:198-225. 11. Opitz C. Kieferorthopädische Behandlung von Patienten mit Lippen- Kiefer-Gaumen-Spalten. Berlin: Quintessenz, 2002; p. 13-19. 12

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Differential Diagnosis of Skeletal Class III

References 1. Krneta B, Primožič J, Zhurov A, Richmond S, Ovsenik M. Three-dimensional evaluation of facial morphology in children aged 5-6 years with a Class III malocclusion. Eur J Orthod, 2014;36:133-139. 2. Cozza P, Marino A, Mucedero M. An orthopaedic approach to the treatment of Class III malocclusions in the early mixed dentition. Eur J Orthod, 2004;26:191-199. 3. Kilic N, Catal G, Kiki A, Oktay H. Soft tissue profile changes following maxillary protraction in Class III subjects. Eur J Orthod, 2010;32:419-424. 4. Kavadia S

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Cross-cultural adaptation and validation of the disease specific questionnaire OQLQ in Serbian patients with malocclusions

1 Introduction Severe dental malocclusions should be most frequently treated with combined orthodontic and surgical treatment (1 - 4) . Dentofacial disorders may potentially significantly affect the quality of life ( 1 , 5 , 6) . It has to be emphasized that impaired health-related quality of life (HRQoL), as a consequence of oral diseases and disorders, may affect various aspects of life in a large number of individuals (7) . Until now, several definitions of HRQoL have been suggested, and there is no universal agreement regarding the

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Correlation between the DAI and ICON indices used for assessment of orthodontic treatment need in Croatian schoolchildren

being accepted by the World Health Organisation (WHO) ( 5 , 6 , 7 ). This index gives an insight into the orthodontic treatment need from the point of view of socially acceptable aesthetic appearance of ten occlusal characteristics; and is also valid as a cross-cultural index ( 5 , 6 , 7 ). Many of the characteristics that give better insight into malocclusion severity (like the presence of cross bite, tooth impaction, mid-line shift or deep bite) are not accounted for with their specific weight in treatment need, and therefore generate discrepancies when compared

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Pregnant women’s knowledge on early orthodontic prevention – a questionnaire survey

References 1. Łabiszewska-Jaruzelska F. Ortopedia szczękowa. Warszawa: PZWL; 1997, p. 205-6. 2. Polek A, Szyper-Szczurowska J, Loster BW. Rola pediatrów i lekarzy rodzinnych w profilaktyce wad zgryzu u dzieci w okresie niemowlęcym i poniemowlęcym. Dent Med Probl. 2013;50:328-40. 3. Bueno SB, Bittar TO, Vazquez Fde L, et al. Association of breastfeeding, pacifier use, breathing pattern and malocclusions in preschoolers. Dental Press J Orthod. 2013;18(1):30.e1-6. 4. Moimaz SA, Garbin AJ, Lima AM

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Radiographic Comparison of Vertical Skeletal and Dental Parameters in Skeletal Open Bite

.2319/040510-190.1. 5. Jacobson A, Jacobson RL. Radiographic Cephalometry: From Basics to 3-D Imaging. Quintessence Pub. 2006:63-78. 6. Komazaki Y, Fujiwara T, Ogawa T, et al. Prevalence and gender comparison of malocclusion among Japanese adolescents: A population-based study. Journal of the World Federation of Orthodontists. 2012;e67–e72. 7. Aslam K, Nadim R, Rizwam S. Prevalence of Angle’s malocclusion according to age groups and gender. Pakistan Oral & Dental Journal. 2014;34(2):362-365. 8. Tang EL, Wei SH. Recording and measuring malocclusion: A review of the

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Treatment of Maxillary Retrusion-Face Mask with or without RPE?

References 1. Kapust AJ, Sinclair PM, Turley PK. Cephalometric effects of facemask/expansion therapy in Class III children: a comparison of three age groups. Am J Orthod Dentofacial Orthop, 1998;113:204-212. 2. Baik HS. Clinical results of the maxillary protraction in Korean children. Am J Orthod Dentofacial Orthop, 1995;108:583-592. 3. Baccetti T, McGill JS, Franchi L, McNamara JA Jr, Tollaro I. Skeletal effects of early treatment of Class III malocclusion with maxillary expansion and face-mask therapy. Am J Orthod Dentofacial Orthop, 1998

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Evaluation of Child Self-perception Regarding Their Oro-dental Status

, Lambrechts H, Lemiere J, Diya L, Willems G. Impact of selfesteem on the relationship between orthodontic treatment need and oral health-related quality of life in 11- to 16-year-old children. Eur J Orthod. 2011. doi: 10.1093/ejo/cjr088 8. Harter S. Manual for the self-perception profi le for adolescents. University of Denver, Denver, 1988, 7-11. 9. Agou S, Locker D, Streiner DL, Tompson B. Impact of self-esteem on the oral-health-related quality of life of children with malocclusion. American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial

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