Vol. 1/ No. 1 / 2014
Please cite as: South Eur J Orthod Dentofac Res
Evaluation of changes in sleep breathing patterns after primary palatoplasty in cleft children
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Reilly JE, Russel CJH, Gibson NA, Moores T, Ray AK, Devlin MF, Wynne DM.
Excellence in Orthodontics 2nd International Congress of Croatian Society of Orthodontics
Zagreb, September 24th-27th, 2014
Croatian Days of Paediatric Dentistry 2013 (Croatian Society for Paediatric and Preventive Dentistry)
Zagreb, November 20th, 2013
|Gingival crevicular fluid alkaline phosphatase activity in relation to pubertal growth spurt and dental maturation: A multiple regression study||by|
Introduction: The identification of the onset of the pubertal growth spurt has major clinical implications when dealing with orthodontic treatment in growing subjects.
|Is there hope for negative results?||by|
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|DENTAL DIVERSITY IN BRAZILIAN ADOLESCENTS AND ITS POTENTIAL USE FOR HUMAN IDENTIFICATION||by Maria G H Biazevic|
Introduction: Forensic dentistry makes possible the identification of a great number of individuals. The combination of the anatomical variability of the teeth with the several types of dental treatment creates numerous dental patterns. The use of the clinical dental condition records, available in the database from the last two Brazilian National Oral Health Surveys (2003-2010), enabled the assessment of dental patterns.
|Evaluation of biomechanical effects of interocclusal surfaces on the mandible||by Lucia Pisani|
Introduction: Only few studies in the literature employ a mathematical model in the evaluation of the stress which follows the application of loads and constraints onto the mandible. Therefore, new approaches are needed so that the study of this phenomenon can rely less on the clinical hypothesis and experience of the operator, while taking advantage of the many benefits that virtual representations and mathematical calculations present. Aim o... Continue reading
|Prosthodontic management of hypohidrotic ectodermal dysplasia: a case report||by Emilija Bajraktarova Valjakova|
Introduction: Ectodermal dysplasia (ED) is a hereditary disorder associated with developmental disorders of two or more structures of ectodermal embryonic origin. Hypodontia or anodontia of the primary and permanent dentition, poorly developed alveolar ridges and improper maxillo – mandibular relations, are the most common oral manifestations. Management of patients with ectodermal dysplasia requires a multidisciplinary team approach.
|South European Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Research: A New Hope||by|
Welcome to South European Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Research.
Today, orthodontics is different. In the last twenty years technology has posed new challenges not only for orthodontics but for all fields of dental medicine, and science in general. Technological progress is also creating new opportunities in research with new study designs and new questions, opening space for re-evaluating present paradigms and creating new i... Continue reading
|Dental arch dimensions and palatal height in children with Turner syndrome||by Cvetanka Bajraktarova Miševska|
Introduction: A complete or partial absence of an X chromosome in girls with Turner Syndrome (TS) has an impact on dental arch morphology. The aim of this study was to analyze the sizes of dental arches as well as the height of the palatal vault in patients with TS, and to determine the influence of various karyotypes on the study variables.
|Craniofacial morphology in Turner syndrome karyotypes||by Cvetanka Bajraktarova Miševska|
Introduction: A complete or partial absence of an X chromosome in the karyotype of phenotypic females has an impact on craniofacial morphology.
|Craniofacial morphology in Turner syndrome patients treated with growth hormone||by Jovana Juloski|
Introduction: In addition to well-established physical characteristics, Turner syndrome patients have distinct craniofacial morphology. Since short stature is the most typical characteristic, Turner syndrome patients are commonly treated with growth hormone in order to increase final height. At the same time, growth hormone treatment was found to influence craniofacial growth and morphology in various groups of treated patients. Where... Continue reading
|A review on the effect of sealant on prevention of enamel demineralization in patients with fixed orthodontic appliances.||by Sotiria Gizani|
Introduction: One of the common problems of patients undergoing orthodontic treatment with fixed appliances is the development of enamel demineralization. The objective of this review is to evaluate the effectiveness of sealants in preventing the occurrence of enamel demineralization in patients with fixed orthodontic appliances during treatment.
Methods: A complex search was performed in Medline (1969 to May 201... Continue reading