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Malocclusion, teens

Maria Luiza da Matta Felisberto Fernandes, Ichiro Kawachi, Alexandre Moreira Fernandes, Patrícia Corrêa-Faria, Saul Martins Paiva, Isabela Almeida Pordeus
BACKGROUND: Children with sickle cell disease may have their quality of life affected by oral alterations. However, there is still little data on oral health-related quality of life in these children. The aim of this study was to investigate the influence of sickle cell disease, socioeconomic characteristics, and oral conditions on oral health-related quality of life of children and teens. METHOD: One hundred and six children and teens with sickle cell disease were compared to a similar sample of 385 healthy peers...
April 2016: Revista Brasileira de Hematologia e Hemoterapia
Sung-Hwan Choi, Jung-Suk Kim, Jung-Yul Cha, Chung-Ju Hwang
INTRODUCTION: The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of malocclusion severity on oral health-related quality of life and food intake ability in adult patients, controlling for sex, age, and the type of dental clinic visited. METHODS: The sample consisted of 472 Korean patients (156 male, 316 female) with a mean age of 21.1 (SD, 8.6) years in a dental hospital and a private clinic. The correlations between the Korean version of the Oral Health Impact Profile-14 (OHIP-14K), subjective food intake ability (FIA) for 5 key foods, and Index of Orthodontic Treatment Need-Dental Health Component (IOTN-DHC) were investigated...
March 2016: American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics
Kyung-Pil Park, Seong-Un Lim, Jeong-Hwan Kim, Won-Bae Chun, Dong-Whan Shin, Jun-Young Kim, Ho Lee
OBJECTIVES: The facial bones are the most noticeable area in the human body, and facial injuries can cause significant functional, aesthetic, and psychological complications. Continuous study of the patterns of facial bone fractures and changes in trends is helpful in the prevention and treatment of maxillofacial fractures. The purpose of the current clinico-statistical study is to investigate the pattern of facial fractures over a 4-year period. MATERIALS AND METHODS: A retrospective analysis of 1,824 fracture sites was carried out in 1,284 patients admitted to SMG-SNU Boramae Medical Center for facial bone fracture from January 2010 to December 2013...
December 2015: Journal of the Korean Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons
Suresh Menon, Ramen Sinha, Ravi Manerikar, S K Roy Chowdhury
A wide variety of disease processes produce alteration of midfacial skeletal growth, resulting in moderate-to-severe midface deficiency presenting as retrusion associated with Angle's class III malocclusion. Most cases of midface deficiency are seen in patients of cleft lip/palate. The surgical procedure to correct the clefts, undertaken over a long period of time from infancy to the teens tends to take its toll on the soft tissues over the midface. The scarring that is a feature in these conditions results in hampering of normal growth of the midface causing the deformity...
March 2010: Journal of Maxillofacial and Oral Surgery
T Usui, S Uematsu, H Kanegae, T Morimoto, S Kurihara
OBJECTIVE: To clarify the correlation between variations in maximum occlusal force and the maxillofacial skeletal pattern in subjects with malocclusion using a compact device. DESIGN: Three hundred and fifty patients (150 males 200 females) with malocclusion were included. The male and female subjects were divided into five groups each based on chronological age. The maximum occlusal force was measured with a simplified occlusal force meter. The maxillofacial skeletal pattern was analyzed with lateral cephalograms...
November 2007: Orthodontics & Craniofacial Research
H Asuman Kiyak, Işeri Haluk, Francesca Ada Miotti
AIM: To describe the results of a cross-national survey of orthodontists' preferences regarding initiating treatment at various dentition stages. Previous research has demonstrated high acceptance of early intervention by parents and children, and, in many cases, better compliance with treatment protocols among younger children than among adolescents. METHODS: The current study questioned orthodontists in three countries. The identical survey, translated from English to Turkish and Italian, was administered to 137 American, 104 Italian, and 62 Turkish orthodontists...
2004: World Journal of Orthodontics
A Hall
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
1995: Professional Care of Mother and Child
B S Cryer
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
1965: Report of the Congress
E L Linn
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
September 1974: American Journal of Orthodontics
G J King, S D Keeling, R A Hocevar, T T Wheeler
Two basic strategies for the timing of treatment for Class II malocclusions in children are common: (1) correction achieved in two phases, one during pre-adolescence (early treatment) and the other during the teen years; and (2) correction accomplished in one phase of active treatment during the adolescent years. The issues of efficacy and cost(risk)-benefit of these strategies have not been well delineated. Most clinical studies examining these issues have suffered serious methodological deficiencies, such as being retrospective, lacking adequate controls, and evaluating only successfully treated cases...
1990: Angle Orthodontist
J Huggare, P Pirttiniemi, W Serlo
Head posture and dentofacial status of sixteen females and six males 12 to 34 years of age, who had been treated for scoliosis with a Boston-brace in their teens was investigated clinically and radiologically. When compared to an age and sex-matched sample the main findings were an increased craniocervical angle, particularly in frontal view; rotated orbital, maxillary and mandibular planes, a midline shift of the lower dental arch and a flattened atlas dorsal arch combined with an elongation of the dens axis...
1991: Proceedings of the Finnish Dental Society. Suomen Hammaslääkäriseuran Toimituksia
W R Hiatt
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
February 1977: Otolaryngologic Clinics of North America
R J Klima, J K Wittemann, J E McIver
Four major criterion groups--orthodontic retention patients, prospective orthodontic patients, a population sample, and mothers of prospective patients--were established. Appropriate relationships between groups and subgroups were studied with regard to body-image and self-concept satisfaction, to body-image and self-concept importance, and other factors. The findings include the following: 1. There was no significant difference in body-image and self-concept satisfaction of importance between prospective orthodontic patients and the population sample...
May 1979: American Journal of Orthodontics
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