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23 February 2021


Ileana Carminati, Joanna Katarzyna Nowakowska, Anna D’Apote, Massimo Del Fabbro, Luca Francetti

Objectives: The aim of this work is to establish a correlation between rapid palatal expansion and changes in width, length and perimeter of the upper and lower arch.

Materials and methods: The study was conducted on a sample of 19 subjects treated with rapid palatal expander, divided into two groups, whose data were recorded before treatment and after 3 and 6 months with manual and digital methods. The parameters evaluated are inter-canine, interpremolar, intermolar, anterior-posterior widths and upper and lower arch length.

Results and conclusions: Optimal palatal expansion has occurred in both groups, whereas in the mandible the changes follow the maxillary expansion with a non-homogeneous distribution over time.

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USA     25 February 2021 - 27 February 2021

Chicago Dental Society 156th Midwinter Meeting

Author: Tommaso Albonetti

2021 Midwinter Meeting goes virtual. 156th Midwinter Meeting: Thursday – Saturday, Feb. 25 – 27, 2021The bright future of dentistry will be on display at the innovative virtual 2021 Midwinter...

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