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Jeyaraman, P: Hard and soft tissue changes foll...
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Erscheinungsdatum: 11/2012, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Hard and soft tissue changes following orthodontics and corticotomy, Titelzusatz: Analysis of orthodontic treatment on hard and soft tissue changes following corticotomy in non-extraction adult cases, Autor: Jeyaraman, Prithiviraj // K. , Vijayalakshmi, Verlag: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, Sprache: Englisch, Rubrik: Zahnmedizin // Mund- und Kieferheilkunde, Seiten: 192, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 302 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Three Dimensional Soft Tissue Changes Following...
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Until now, lateral two-dimensional methods are used to assess three-dimensional changes that occur in the facial soft tissue of orthodontic patients. In this study a method for three- dimensional morphometric assessment of facial soft tissue changes following orthodontic treatment was introduced. Forty patients who underwent orthodontic treatment that resulted in lateral profile changes in the facial soft tissue were included in the study. Twenty patients underwent orthodontic treatment that resulted in facial soft tissue profile retraction and twenty patients underwent orthodontic treatment that resulted in soft tissue profile advancement. Two dimensional comparisons between pre-treatment and post- treatment lateral radiographs were carried out . Then, computerized pre-treatment and post-treatment three-dimensional head models were constructed for each patient utilizing frontal and lateral photographs. Computer graphic facial analysis was carried out to measure the three-dimensional volumetric deformation in each head model after orthodontic treatment in order to determine the changes that occur in the facial soft tissue of patients following orthodontic treatment.

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Three Dimensional Soft Tissue Changes Following...
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Until now, lateral two-dimensional methods are used to assess three-dimensional changes that occur in the facial soft tissue of orthodontic patients. In this study a method for three- dimensional morphometric assessment of facial soft tissue changes following orthodontic treatment was introduced. Forty patients who underwent orthodontic treatment that resulted in lateral profile changes in the facial soft tissue were included in the study. Twenty patients underwent orthodontic treatment that resulted in facial soft tissue profile retraction and twenty patients underwent orthodontic treatment that resulted in soft tissue profile advancement. Two dimensional comparisons between pre-treatment and post- treatment lateral radiographs were carried out . Then, computerized pre-treatment and post-treatment three-dimensional head models were constructed for each patient utilizing frontal and lateral photographs. Computer graphic facial analysis was carried out to measure the three-dimensional volumetric deformation in each head model after orthodontic treatment in order to determine the changes that occur in the facial soft tissue of patients following orthodontic treatment.

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Three Dimensional Soft Tissue Changes Following...
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Three Dimensional Soft Tissue Changes Following Orthodontic Treatment ab 48.99 € als Taschenbuch: A morphometric reference to soft tissue changes occurring in the face of patients undergoing orthodontic treatment. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Wissenschaft, Medizin,

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Genetics in malocclusion
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Orthodontics, the oldest discipline of dental specialty concerns with the treatment of malocclusion both dental and skeletal. Although etiology of malocclusion is multifactorial, genes do have influence on this condition, beside their role in mechanism of tooth movement and unwanted sequel like external root resorption following orthodontic treatment. This short communication will focus the issue on role of gene in various conditions which have paramount effect either on the etiology of malocclusion or mechanism by which tooth movement occurs. Human genome project and future advancement in genomic medicine will help us in clear identification of conditions causing mutation and the unsolved zigzag puzzle of molecular interaction can be solved.

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Effect of micro-osteoperforation on the rate of...
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This book encompasses a valuable summary of orthodontic tooth movement, the different theories proposed and the inflamatory mediators responsible for orthodontic tooth movement. It also provides a summary of all available procedures and appliances proposed to accelerate orthodontic tooth movement, with special emphasis on the surgical means of acceleration particularly the micro-osteoperforation technique. In addition, it also comprises a brief summary on orthodontically induced root resorption. This book is a perfect example for a meticulously planned randomized controlled clinical trial, where all steps were closely following the CONSORT guidelines and the steps of randomization were explained concisely. This book is a valuable guide for researchers planning to conduct future clinical trials.

Anbieter: Dodax
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Three Dimensional Soft Tissue Changes Following...
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Until now, lateral two-dimensional methods are used to assess three-dimensional changes that occur in the facial soft tissue of orthodontic patients. In this study a method for three- dimensional morphometric assessment of facial soft tissue changes following orthodontic treatment was introduced. Forty patients who underwent orthodontic treatment that resulted in lateral profile changes in the facial soft tissue were included in the study. Twenty patients underwent orthodontic treatment that resulted in facial soft tissue profile retraction and twenty patients underwent orthodontic treatment that resulted in soft tissue profile advancement. Two dimensional comparisons between pre-treatment and post- treatment lateral radiographs were carried out . Then, computerized pre-treatment and post-treatment three-dimensional head models were constructed for each patient utilizing frontal and lateral photographs. Computer graphic facial analysis was carried out to measure the three-dimensional volumetric deformation in each head model after orthodontic treatment in order to determine the changes that occur in the facial soft tissue of patients following orthodontic treatment.

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Relapse Retention and Retainers in Orthodontics
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Retention is the phase of orthodontic treatment which maintains the teeth in their orthodontically corrected positions following the cessation of active orthodontic tooth movement. Orthodontic retainers resist the tendency of teeth to return to their pre-treatment positions under the influence of periodontal, occlusal and soft tissue forces, and continuing dentofacial growth. Very few prospective controlled studies have evaluated the effectiveness of retention. In addition, very little is known about patient s perception in relation to orthodontic relapse. Various studies have shown that fixed retention bonded only to canines have relapse, while others have shown that even though relapse exists, it is not significant or clinically relevant. This book summarize about each aspect of relapse and retention.

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Stress Distribution in the Nasomaxillary Complex
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FEM is a powerful contemporary research tool that has been used to study the stress distribution of non living as well as natural and restored craniofacial structures affected by three dimensional stress fields, which are difficult to assess otherwise. The three dimensional FEM used in the present study provides the freedom to simulate orthodontic force systems applied clinically and allows analysis of the response of the craniofacial skeleton to the orthodontic loads in three dimensional space. The FE analysis has the following advantages: it is a non invasive technique, the actual amount of stress experienced at any given point can be theoretically measured, the tooth, alveolar bone, periodontal ligament and craniofacial bones can be simulated and the material properties of these structures can be assigned to the nearest one that possibly can simulate the clinical situation, the displacement of the tooth can be visualized graphically, the point of application, magnitude and direction of a force may be easily varied to simulate the clinical situation, reproducibility does not affect the physical properties of the involved material and the study can be repeated as many times.

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