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Leczenie interceptywne wady klasy III – opis przypadku

Anna Szpinda-Barczyńska
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Konrad Perkowski
2

1.
Private practice
2.
Department of Orthodontics, Medical University of Warsaw
Forum Ortod 2021; 17 (1): 64-70
Data publikacji online: 2021/05/04
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1. Rabie AB, Gu Y. Diagnosis criteria for pseudo-Class III malocclusion. Am J Orthod Dentofacial Orthop 2000; 117: 1-9.
2. Tweed CH. Clinical Orthodontics. Mosby 1966; 715-26.
3. Ngan P, Hu AM, Fields HW. Treatment of Class III problems begins with differential diagnosis of anterior crossbites. Pediatr Dent 1997; 19: 386-95.
4. Major PW, Glover K. Treatment of anterior crossbite in early mixed dentition. J Can Dent Assoc 1992; 58: 574-9.
5. Lee BD. Correction of crossbite. Dent Clin North Am 1978; 22: 647-68.
6. Gravely JF. A study of the mandibular closure path in Angle Class III relationship. Br J Orthod 1984; 11: 85-91.
7. Giancotti A, Maselli A, Mampieri G, Spano E. Pseudo-Class III malocclusion treatment with Balters’ Bionator. J Orthod 2003; 30: 203-15.
8. Kravitz ND. Interceptive Orthodontics with Resin Turbos for Pseudo- Class III Malocclusions. Case Rep Dent 2019; 2019: 1909063.
9. Wiedel AP, Bondemark L. Fixed versus removable orthodontic appliances to correct anterior crossbite in the mixed dentition – a randomized control trial. Eur J Orthod 2015; 37: 123-7.
10. Franchi L, Baccetti T, Tollaro I. Predictive variables for the outcome of early functional treatment of Class III malocclusion. Am J Orthod Dentofacial Orthop 1997; 112: 80-6.
11. Stockfisch H. Differential effectiveness of rigid and elastic - movable appliances in daily practice. Fortschr Kieferorthop 1984; 45: 251-64.
12. Rakosi T, Schilli W. Class III anomalies: A coordinated approach to 6. skeletal, dental and soft tissue problems. J. Oral Surg 1981; 39: 860-70.
13. Shaw WC. The influence of children’s dentofacial appearance on their 7. social attractiveness judged by peers and lay adults. Am J Orthod Dentofacial Orthop 1981; 79: 399-415.
14. Karaiskos N, Wiltshire WA, Odlum O, Brothwell D, Hassard TH. Preventive and interceptive orthodontic treatment needs of an inner-city group of 6- and 9-year-old Canadian children. JCDA 2005; 71: 649.
15. Väkiparta MK, Kerosuo HM, Nyström ME, Heikinheimo KA. Orthodontic treatment need from eight to 12 years of age in an early treatment oriented public health care system: a prospective study. Angle Orthod 2005; 75: 344-9.
16. Hagg U, Tse A, Bendeus M, Rabie AB. A follow-up study of early treatment of pseudo Class III malocclusion. Angle Orthod 2004; 74: 465-72.
1. Rabie AB, Gu Y. Diagnosis criteria for pseudo-Class III malocclusion. Am J Orthod Dentofacial Orthop 2000; 117: 1-9.
2. Tweed CH. Clinical Orthodontics. Mosby 1966; 715-26.
3. Ngan P, Hu AM, Fields HW. Treatment of Class III problems begins with differential diagnosis of anterior crossbites. Pediatr Dent 1997; 19: 386-95.
4. Major PW, Glover K. Treatment of anterior crossbite in early mixed dentition. J Can Dent Assoc 1992; 58: 574-9.
5. Lee BD. Correction of crossbite. Dent Clin North Am 1978; 22: 647-68.
6. Gravely JF. A study of the mandibular closure path in Angle Class III relationship. Br J Orthod 1984; 11: 85-91.
7. Giancotti A, Maselli A, Mampieri G, Spano E. Pseudo-Class III malocclusion treatment with Balters’ Bionator. J Orthod 2003; 30: 203-15.
8. Kravitz ND. Interceptive Orthodontics with Resin Turbos for Pseudo- Class III Malocclusions. Case Rep Dent 2019; 2019: 1909063.
9. Wiedel AP, Bondemark L. Fixed versus removable orthodontic appliances to correct anterior crossbite in the mixed dentition – a randomized control trial. Eur J Orthod 2015; 37: 123-7.
10. Franchi L, Baccetti T, Tollaro I. Predictive variables for the outcome of early functional treatment of Class III malocclusion. Am J Orthod Dentofacial Orthop 1997; 112: 80-6.
11. Stockfisch H. Differential effectiveness of rigid and elastic - movable appliances in daily practice. Fortschr Kieferorthop 1984; 45: 251-64.
12. Rakosi T, Schilli W. Class III anomalies: A coordinated approach to 6. skeletal, dental and soft tissue problems. J. Oral Surg 1981; 39: 860-70.
13. Shaw WC. The influence of children’s dentofacial appearance on their 7. social attractiveness judged by peers and lay adults. Am J Orthod Dentofacial Orthop 1981; 79: 399-415.
14. Karaiskos N, Wiltshire WA, Odlum O, Brothwell D, Hassard TH. Preventive and interceptive orthodontic treatment needs of an inner-city group of 6- and 9-year-old Canadian children. JCDA 2005; 71: 649.
15. Väkiparta MK, Kerosuo HM, Nyström ME, Heikinheimo KA. Orthodontic treatment need from eight to 12 years of age in an early treatment oriented public health care system: a prospective study. Angle Orthod 2005; 75: 344-9.
16. Hagg U, Tse A, Bendeus M, Rabie AB. A follow-up study of early treatment of pseudo Class III malocclusion. Angle Orthod 2004; 74: 465-72.
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