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Authors: BRUNO Giovanni, DE STEFANI Alberto, DI FIORE Adolfo, GIACCAGLIA Francesca, MAZZOLENI Sergio, STELLINI Edoardo, GRACCO Antonio

Traumatic Dental Injuries represent a major public health problem, potentially affecting growth, function and aesthetics of the entire orofacial district and impacting oral-health-related quality of...


Authors: Elena Bazzini, Silvia Bagatta, Stefano Cattaneo, Giovanna Garattini

The aim of this article is to estabilish that bicortically placed miniscrews can preserve bone density and morphology of the alveolar process, in a growing patient with agenesis of a lateral...


In the latest issue of European Journal of Orthodontics (February 2021) an article about the prevalence, distribution and age at clinical detection of missing permanent incisors was published, with...


the procedure of warping, usually and interchangeably called morphing, elicit profile aesthetic preferences in orthodontic patients using the most common cephalometric softwares. It’s a method...


In the latest issue (February 2021) of The Angle Orthodontist an article was published about temporomandibular disorders in prospective orthodontic patients: their association with malocclusion...


Authors: Impellizzeri A., Horodynski M., Serritella E., Romeo U., Barbato E., Galluccio G.

The aim of this study is to evaluate three-dimensionally the dental movement of impacted palatally canines, following an opercolectomy performed by laser. We also monitored patients with both digital...


Authors:Alessandra Putrino, Maria Rosaria Abed, Ersilia Barbato, Gabriella Galluccio

the procedure of warping, usually and interchangeably called morphing, elicit profile aesthetic preferences in orthodontic patients using the most common cephalometric softwares. It’s a method...


Authors: Marco Pironi

The progressive introduction of digital technology into dentistry nowadays makes it possible to create personalised braces, that is, devices designed and built...


Authors:Michele Cassetta, Rosanna Guarnieri, Ersilia Barbato, Federica Altieri

OBJECTIVE: The aim of the present pilot study was to evaluate the efficacy of the miniscrew-supported distal jet appliance versus traditional distal jet appliance in terms of amount of upper first...


Risk communication involves giving patients information about potential risks they may encounter as a result of a disease, a clinical procedure, or a particular behavior. An orthodontist may be...


Authors: Eleonora Ortu, Giuseppe Aprile, Ruggero Cattaneo, Davide Pietropaoli, Mario Giannoni and Annalisa Monaco

ObjectiveThe management of the deep bite, especially during the growth is very difficult, because there are not guidelines to follow for the orthodontist. The aim of this paper is describe a case of...


In the latest issue (December 2020) of the American Journal of Orthodontics, a study was published aiming to develop an artificial neural network (ANN) model for cervical vertebral maturation (CVM)...


The maxillary canines usually emerge at the mean age of 10.5 years in girls and 11.5 years in boys, with individual variation of 3–4 years. In 2–3 per cent...


With the increasing demand for facial esthetics, patients' expectations regarding dental treatment have increased. The treatment of median maxillary diastemas (MMD) stands out as one of the most...


A widely accepted approach to correct a Class II relationship during growth is the use of extra-oral traction with a headgear, which has been proved to be effective in both distalizing molars and...


In the latest issue of European Journal of Orthodontics (April 2020) a clinical practice guideline on orthodontically induced external apical root resorption ...


An original article published on Maxillaris. Authors: Beatriz Solano Mendoza; María Luisa Vidal Bernárdez

Orthodontic treatment in adults is very frequent and mostly concerns aesthetic problems. Therefore, different alternatives appear aesthetics such as lingual orthodontics or lateral with aligners. In...


In the latest issue (May 2020) of the American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics a randomized clinical trial was published evaluating  the...


In the latest issue (May 2020) of The Angle Orthodontist a systematic review was published about the effects of Rapid Maxillary Expansion (RME) on ...


Open bite  is considered as a deviation in the vertical relationship of the maxillary and mandibular dental arches, characterized by a lack of contact between opposing segments of teeth. Open bite...


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