long face syndrome

long face syndrome,

n a malocclusion characterized by a long, narrow face; steep mandibular plane angle; and Class II Division 1 dental/skeletal relationship with anterior crowding and associated oral cavity breathing. The older term is
adenoid facies.
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5 On the other hand, the typical feature of the long face syndrome was the expression of a hereditary pattern (somatotype) and that mouth breathing was unrelated and should not be considered as an etiological factor and that could only be a para-phenomenon.
Especially if the developing long face syndrome is not intercepted.
Tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy, partial resection of the inferior turbinates, maxillary expansion, upper lateral cartilage lateral (alar) rotation and use of a Vertical Chin Cup are some of the simple procedures that can, when done in a timely manner, be utilised to intercept the developing long face syndrome.
com, offer little in depth information re: the diagnosis of the developing long face syndrome, and virtu- ally nothing regarding interceptive treatment of the developing long face syndrome.
The purpose of the present study was to assess the influence of dentofacial appearance of 10-year-old Brazilian children on interpersonal attractiveness among schoolchildren of the same age in the dimensions of friendship, aggressiveness, intelligence and esthetics in the following facial types: harmonic face; class II syndrome; class III syndrome; long face syndrome.
The facial images were organized into four different sets of photographs that consisted of 4 portraits of the same girl and 4 portraits of the same boy in the 4 variations: harmonic face, class II, class III and long face syndrome (LF).
Conversely, the facial type most associated with the notion of "least intelligent" was the long face syndrome.
In each set facial portraits were presented in four situations: the original, harmonic face and three versions produced by a graphic computing program, classified as the class II, class III and long face syndromes.