5 Furthermore, these habits are associated with skeletal and dentoalveolar
more than one mechanism at the same time), aggressor's sex (male / female), relationship between aggressor and victim (partner / ex-partner / family member / known / stranger) and period of occurrence (1) (day, between 06:00 am and 05:59 pm/ and night, between 06:00 pm and 05:59 am); (iii) patterns of injuries: type of injury (1,12) (soft tissue lesions on the face, such as edema, bruises, lacerations, cuts and abrasions / facial bone fracture / dentoalveolar
The linear and angular dentoalveolar
measurements showed significant changes except the upper posterior dentoalveolar
height (U6-PP mm).
Bu calismada ucuncu molar disin cekilmesini takiben mandibula acisi yakininda olusan ve dentoalveolar
abseyi taklit eden bir aktinomikoz vakasi sunulmaktadir.
Objective: The purpose of this study was to compare the skeletal, dentoalveolar
and periodontal effects that occurred after rapid maxillary expansion (RME) and semi-rapid maxillary expansion (SRME) with an acrylic splint bonded expansion appliance and also to compare the degree of root resorption in the supporting teeth during expansion.
La anquilosis dentoalveolar
se define como el proceso por el cual se produce la union de la raiz de un diente al hueso alveolar circundante, desapareciendo el ligamento periodontal debido a que se produce una reabsorcion radicular y una formacion de hueso por sustitucion (Consolaro 2002).
They are mostly appropriate for dentoalveolar
imaging and in endodontics.
Zygomatic, maxillary and dentoalveolar
tissues were among the least common areas to be involved in maxillofacial gunshot wounds.
In a cohort study cancer patients recieving IV bisphosphonates (zoledronate) and undergoing dentoalveolar
surgery(tooth extraction) are associated with a 33 fold increased risk for BRONJ than patients who are not undergoing dentoalveolar
The objective of this study was to evaluate the amount of skeletal and dentoalveolar
modification produced by bionator appliance in a sample of subjects with Class II, Division 1 malocclusion treated before the pubertal peak of mandibular growth.
They describe how to use these questions to determine a diagnosis and provide chapters on crown lengthening surgery, tissue grafting, dentoalveolar
intrusion of the adult dentition, forced eruption, orthognathic surgery, dental facial plastics, dentoalveolar
extrusion, and sequencing the treatment plan, as well as providing a treatment-planning template on the accompanying CD and five case studies.
disproportions whose symptom was teeth crowding or their spacing represented the first group, while dental abnormalities such as eruption time, morphology, number and topography of the teeth--the second group.