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Molar Distalization with Skeletal Anchorage is more efficient than Intraoral Anchorage for Class II correction (CAT#3348)11/15/2018Marilena Parodi Lainez
Nonnutritive Sucking Habit Has an Unfavorable Effect on Dental And Facial Development (CAT#3311)03/12/2018Murad Alrashdi, BDS
Customized Orthodontic Brackets Appear to Have No Impact on Treatment Duration (CAT#3303)11/28/2017Ahmed Alotaibi
Patients With Posterior Cross-Bite Have Significantly Reduced Maximum Bite Force, Contact Area, Food Intake Ability, And Mixing Ability Incidence (CAT#3178)03/31/2017Mahmoud Irannezhad, MS
A Surgery-First Orthognathic Approach to Treatment of Dentofacial Deformities Can Be More Efficient (CAT#3165)03/21/2017Shayda Sarrami
A Fixed Appliance Is More Effective Than a Removable Appliance for the Correction of Anterior Crossbite in Patients with Mixed Dentition (CAT#3074)04/08/2016Enrique Ramirez
Dental Crowding as a Risk Factor for Caries Is Yet To Be Established Due to Insufficient and Contradictory Evidence (CAT#3064)04/01/2016Melody Tenorio
Clear Aligners are Effective in Controlling Some Orthodontic Tooth Movement (CAT#3078)03/23/2016Reuel McIntyre
Inadequate Evidence to Support a Correlation Between Maloccusion and Dental Caries Amongst Pediatric Patients (CAT#3002)03/15/2016Badi Misaqi
Orthodontic Treatment of Class II Malocclusion During Early Childhood Does Not Produce Better Clinical Outcomes, Compared to Treatment During Adolescence (CAT#3021)03/11/2016Keri Keller
There Does Not Seem To Be A Causal Relationship Between Malocclusion And Non-Carious Cervical Lesions (CAT#3005)03/07/2016Andrew J. Higham
A Surgery-First Approach to Orthognathic Surgery Does Not Significantly Improve a Patient’s Quality of Life Compared to an Orthodontic First Approach (CAT#2985)02/11/2016Chase Trejo
Endoscope-Assisted Open Reduction And Internal Fixation of Mandibular Subcondylar Fractures Is a Reliable and Comparable Technique to an Extraoral Surgical Approach (CAT#2823)04/09/2015Luke Tibbitts
Wind Instrument Playing is Not a Major Etiologic Factor in the Occurrence of Malocclusion (CAT#2862)03/31/2015Lauren Flynn
Limited Evidence to Support Surgical Intervention Accelerates Tooth Movement and Reduces Treatment Time (CAT#2815)03/20/2015Jeffrey M. Marrs
The Cardiovascular Health Benefits of Using Oral Appliance Therapy for Obstructive Sleep Apnea Typically Outweigh the Risks of Tooth Movement and Malocclusion (CAT#2808)02/26/2015Corbin Clifton
Surgical and Nonsurgical Treatment Have Comparable Stability in the Treatment of Anterior Open-Bite Malocclusion (CAT#2790)12/03/2014Kevin Farnsworth, DDS
Maxillary Protraction and Maxillary Advancement Osteotomy Have Similar Long Term Stability (CAT#2788)11/28/2014Hesham Al Saigh
Maxillary Bone Anchored Maxillary Protraction Achieves Greater Maxillary Advancement Compared to Facemask/RME Therapy (CAT#2791)11/26/2014Kristin Saunders
In Patients with Moderate Malocclusion, Orthodontic Treatment Provides No Significant Improvement to Periodontal Health (CAT#2740)06/25/2014Teresa Nguyen
Increased Horizontal Stability After Mandibular Setback Surgery in Patients with Skeletal Class III Malocclusion with Pre-Surgical Orthodontics (CAT#2723)04/15/2014Hooman Abdolisereshki
No Significant Difference in Relapse of Anterior Crowding in Class I and Class II Malocclusions Treated with or without Premolar Extractions and Retained with Hawley Retainers (CAT#2706)04/09/2014Mylinh Duong
Effectiveness of a Fixed Functional Appliance When Compared to Headgear in Treating Class II Malocclusion (CAT#2688)04/03/2014Komal Suri
Insufficient Evidence to Prove the Efficacy of Piezocision-Assisted Orthodontic Treatment (CAT#2683)03/23/2014Michelle Clinton
Greater Skeletal Stability in Maxillary Distraction of Cleft Treated Patients Compared to Conventional Osteotomy (CAT#2445)03/05/2013Jack Hua
Having An Angle Class II Malocclusion Is Associated With A Higher Incidence Of Obstructive Sleep Apnea (CAT#2364)02/20/2013Niraj Patel
Early orthodontic treatment with Rapid Maxillary Expansion in children with Obstructive Sleep Apnea may become an alternative treatment to surgery (CAT#2331)10/25/2012Meenakshi Vishwanath
Changes in Temporomandibular Disorders (pain and clicking) after Orthognathic Surgery: A Meta-Analysis (CAT#2311)08/08/2012Enas Bsoul
Efficacy Of Tooth Movement Of Clear Plastic Aligners Vs. Traditional Brackets And Archwires (CAT#2254)04/19/2012Christopher R. Burton
No Significant Effects of Inter-proximal Enamel Reduction Found on Caries Risk Assessment in Orthodontics (CAT#2285)04/13/2012Neha Patel
Early Expansion Therapy Eliminates Facial Asymmetries In Patients With Functional Unilateral Posterior Cross-Bite (FUPXB) (CAT#2150)09/30/2011Jeff Shao
Functional Appliances May Minimally Increase Mandibular Skeletal Growth (CAT#2129)09/15/2011Christopher Escott
Weak Evidence Supports a Possible Correlation Between Mandibular Posturing for Sibilant Articulation and Abnormal Dental Occlusion (CAT#2128)09/01/2011Jeff Shao
Twin-Block Appliance Outperforms Dynamax Appliance For Class II, Division 1 Malocclusion (CAT#2075)07/08/2011Taoufik Faddoul
One Or Two Non-Compression Mini-plates Produce Equally Good Occlusal Outcomes in Patients With Fracture Of The Mandibular Angle (CAT#870)05/05/2011Boulos Bechara, DDS
The Effects Of Thumb Sucking On Malocclusion (CAT#806)04/28/2011Sanam Safahieh
Comparison Of Skeletal And Conventional Anchorage Methods In Conjunction With Pre-Operative Decompensation Of A Skeletal Class III Malocclusion (CAT#826)03/24/2011Boulos Bechara
Surgical Versus Non-Surgical (Skeletal Anchorage) Treatment of Adult Anterior Open Bite (CAT#716)09/20/2010Kimberly Tong
Accelerated Orthodontic Tooth Movement in Young Patients (CAT#629)05/03/2010Dennis Tran
No Effect of Malocclusion on temporomandibular disorders (CAT#551)04/08/2010Blake Hoedebecke