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Unilateral maxillary central incisor root resorption after orthodontic treatment for Angle Class II, division 1 malocclusion with significant maxillary midline deviation: A possible correlation with root proximity to the incisive canal

Imamura T, Uesugi S, Ono T

Root resorption can be caused by several factors, including contact with the cortical bone. Here we report a case involving a 21-year-old female with Angle Class II, division 1 malocclusion...
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Innovative customized CAD/CAM nickel-titanium lingual retainer versus standard stainless-steel lingual retainer: A randomized controlled trial

Gelin E, Seidel L, Bruwier A, Albert A, Charavet C

Objective: To compare computer-aided design and computer-aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM) customized nitinol retainers with standard stainlesssteel fixed retainers over a 12-month study period. Methods: This randomized controlled trial (RCT) was conducted...
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Accuracy and reliability of measurements performed using two different software programs on digital models generated using laser and computed tomography plaster model scanners

Camardella LT, Ongkosuwito EM, Penning EW, Kuijpers-Jagtman AM, Vilella OV, Breuning K

OBJECTIVE: The aim of this study was to compare the accuracy and reliability of measurements performed using two different software programs on digital models generated using two types of plaster...
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In-vitro assessment of the accuracy and reliability of mandibular dental model superimposition based on voxel-based cone-beam computed tomography registration

Han G, Li J, Wang S, Liu Y, Wang X, Zhou Y

OBJECTIVE: This study was performed to evaluate the accuracy and reliability of a newly designed method to achieve mandibular dental model superimposition, using voxel-based cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT) registration. METHODS: Fourteen...
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Long-term stability of maxillary and mandibular arch dimensions when using rapid palatal expansion and edgewise mechanotherapy in growing patients

Kim KB, Doyle RE, Araújo EA, Behrents R, Oliver DR, Thiesen G

OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study was to assess the long-term stability of rapid palatal expansion (RPE) followed by full fixed edgewise appliances. METHODS: This study included 67 patients treated using...
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Three-dimensional analysis of tooth movement in Class II malocclusion treatment using arch wire with continuous tip-back bends and intermaxillary elastics

Lee JY, Choi SK, Kwon TH, Kang KH, Kim SC

OBJECTIVE: The aim of this study was to analyze three-dimensional (3D) changes in maxillary dentition in Class II malocclusion treatment using arch wire with continuous tip-back bends or compensating curve,...
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Reference points suitable for evaluation of the additional arch length required for leveling the curve of Spee

Cho YH, Lim SH, Gang SN

OBJECTIVE: The additional arch length required for leveling (AALL) the curve of Spee (COS) can be estimated by subtracting the two-dimensional (2D) arch circumference, which is the projection of the...
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Accuracy of Bolton analysis measured in laser scanned digital models compared with plaster models (gold standard) and cone-beam computer tomography images

Kim J, Lagravere

OBJECTIVE: The aim of this study was to compare the accuracy of Bolton analysis obtained from digital models scanned with the Ortho Insight three-dimensional (3D) laser scanner system to those...
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A comparison of the precision of three-dimensional images acquired by 2 digital intraoral scanners: effects of tooth irregularity and scanning direction

Anh JW, Park JM, Chun YS, Kim M, Kim M

OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study was to compare the precision of three-dimensional (3D) images acquired using iTero(R) (Align Technology Inc., San Jose, CA, USA) and Trios(R) (3Shape Dental Systems,...
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A reliable method for evaluating upper molar distalization: Superimposition of three-dimensional digital models

Nalcaci R, Kocoglu-Altan AB, Bicakci AA, Ozturk F, Babacan H

OBJECTIVE: The aim of this study was to evaluate the reliability of measurements obtained after the superimposition of three-dimensional (3D) digital models by comparing them with those obtained from lateral...
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Surgery-first approach using a three-dimensional virtual setup and surgical simulation for skeletal Class III correction

Im J, Kang SH, Lee JY, Kim MK, Kim JH

A 19-year-old woman presented to our dental clinic with anterior crossbite and mandibular prognathism. She had a concave profile, long face, and Angle Class III molar relationship. She showed disharmony...
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Comparison of mandibular arch forms of Korean and Vietnamese patients by using facial axis points on three-dimensional models

Lee KJ, Trang VT, Bayome M, Park JH, Kim Y, Kook YA

OBJECTIVE: This study was aimed at comparing the mandibular arch forms of Korean and Vietnamese patients by using facial axis (FA) points on three-dimensional (3D) models. METHODS: Mandibular casts of 68...
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Differences in molar relationships and occlusal contact areas evaluated from the buccal and lingual aspects using 3-dimensional digital models

Jang SY, Kim M, Chun YS

OBJECTIVE: The aims of this study were to use a 3-dimensional (3D) system to compare molar relationship assessments performed from the buccal and lingual aspects, and to measure differences in...
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The assessment of dentoalveolar compensation in facial asymmetry individuals: integration of cone beam CT and laser scanned dental cast images

Song HK, Son WS, Park SB, Kim SS, Kim YI

OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study was to assess the dentoalveolar compensation in facial asymmetry individuals using an integration of a CBCT image and a laser scanned dental cast image. METHODS:...
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