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(curve of Spee)
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  • Pure Mandibular Incisor Intrusion: A Finite Element Study to Evaluate the Segmented Arch Technique. [Journal Article]
    Materials (Basel) 2019; 12(17)de Brito GM, Brito HHA, … Oliveira DD
  • Leveling the curve of Spee is a commonly-used strategy to correct deep bites. Although several techniques have been proposed to intrude mandibular incisors (MI), flaring of these teeth is often observed and in many instances undesired. A three-dimensional (3D) finite element model (FEM) was used to locate the ideal point of force application (PFA) to achieve pure MI intrusion with the three-piece…
  • Treatment of a severe Class II Division 1 malocclusion combined with surgical miniscrew anchorage. [Case Reports]
    Am J Orthod Dentofacial Orthop 2019; 155(4):572-583Pisek P, Manosudprasit M, … Wongpetch R
  • This article reports the camouflage treatment of a female patient, aged 15 years 2 months, who had a Class II Division 1 malocclusion with severe anterior protrusion and deep incisor overbite. The camouflage treatment plan included bilateral extraction of the maxillary first premolars combined with the use of temporary anchorage devices (TADs) and tension coil springs to retract canines into the …
  • Orthodontic Treatment Planning based on Artificial Neural Networks. [Journal Article]
    Sci Rep 2019; 9(1):2037Li P, Kong D, … Liu Y
  • In this study, multilayer perceptron artificial neural networks are used to predict orthodontic treatment plans, including the determination of extraction-nonextraction, extraction patterns, and anchorage patterns. The neural network can output the feasibilities of several applicable treatment plans, offering orthodontists flexibility in making decisions. The neural network models show an accurac…
  • Treatment of a Class II Patient with Four Premolar Extractions and Driftodontics in the Lower Jaw. [Case Reports]
    Turk J Orthod 2017; 30(3):89-100Gönül NY, Sayınsu K
  • The clinical examination of an 11.10-year-old girl in permanent dentition showed severe crowding, chewing problems and her right maxillary lateral incisor was in palatal position. The molars were in Class II relationship on both sides. An extraction treatment was planned. Upper second premolars and lower first premolars were extracted. Lower crowding was eliminated using physiological tooth movem…
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