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21.02.2017 | Original Article

Differences between active and passive self-ligating brackets for orthodontic treatment

Systematic review and meta-analysis based on randomized clinical trials

In recent years, orthodontic treatment with self-ligating brackets (SLBs) has gained popularity due to the convenience and claimed clinical superiority [ 4 , 22 ]. Some orthodontists believe that full arch wire engagement and low friction are …

20.02.2017 | Original Article

Quantitative light-induced fluorescence images and digital photographs - Reproducibility of manually marked demineralisations

Enamel demineralisation is considered an undesirable, irreversible iatrogenic side effect of orthodontic treatment with fixed appliances [ 11 ]. Due to insertion of bands, brackets and wires, the patient’s oral hygiene is complicated considerably [ …24

20.02.2017 | Original Article Open Access

Retrospective 25-year follow-up of treatment outcomes in angle Class III patients

Early versus late treatment

Already in early childhood, the growth of the skull reaches a very advanced stage that will only be followed by limited additional growth changes of certain structures in later years [ 20 – 22 ]. Therefore, to optimize skeletal outcome, it appears …

15.02.2017 | Original Article Open Access

Retrospective 25-year follow-up of treatment outcomes in Angle Class III patients

Success versus failure

Angle Class III malocclusion is one of the greatest challenges in orthodontics. Its documented global prevalence varies widely, including 4–13% of the Japanese population as reported by Litton et al. [ 21 ], 6% of Swedes versus 0.8% of white and …

15.02.2017 | Original Article

Nonsyndromic oligodontia

Does the Tooth Agenesis Code (TAC) enable prediction of the causative mutation?

Agenesis, as used in dentistry, refers to congenitally missing teeth of the primary and/or permanent dentition. Being the most common dental anomaly in humans [ 35 , 55 ], tooth agenesis may take the form of anodontia, hypodontia, or oligodontia.

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Die Zeitschrift „Journal of Orofacial Orthopedics / Fortschritte der Kieferorthopädie“ informiert kompetent und aktuell Kieferorthopäden und kieferorthopädisch arbeitende Zahnärzte in Klinik und Praxis über Ergebnisse der experimentellen und klinischen Forschung des Fachgebiets. Alle Beiträge durchlaufen ein Peer-Review und erscheinen ausschließlich auf Englisch mit einem zusätzlichen deutschen Abstract.

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