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There is increasing interest in the role of the orthodontist both in screening for obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and as a practitioner who may be valuable in...


The development of gingival recessions has been associated with orthodontic treatment; however, a clear etiology is still unknown. Gingival recession is...


In orthodontics, the archform is considered to be important mainly for stability, occlusion, and esthetics. Archform tends to return toward the pretreatment ...


In the May 2019 issue of the Journal The Angle Orthodontist an article was published concerning long-term effects of various cleaning methods on...


Recent advances in digital dentistry have paved the way for the use of computer-aided design (CAD) technology in the modern orthodontic practice. Today, a...


In the August 2018 issue of the journal JADA (Journal of the American Dental Association) a meta-analysis was published concerning the comparison of periodontal...


Although there are various edgewise devices on the market, straightwire (SW) is definitely the most widespread due to its simplicity. Within the various SW ...


INTRODUCTION In the treatment of Class II malocclusions a huge number of variables are involved and not only the class improvement but also the airways...


Author: Maurizio Cannata

The exposure of a superior canine in bone inclusion is always a moment of great commitment, both from the diagnostic and therapeutic point of view. Today, thanks to Conical Beam Tomography (CBCT),...


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