Facial, Dental, and Skeletal Responses to Treatment with Headgear and Pendulum, As Compared to a Control Group of Untreated Patients.Daniels, Dave.
Abstract: Abstract: INTRODUCTION: The purpose of this retrospective, cephalometric study is to examine the general dental, skeletal and soft tissue effects of treatment change between headgear and pendulum appliances, versus untreated controls. Specifically, differences in upper incisor proclination and lip protrusion were studied, as were skeletal vertical and sagittal dimensions of the face. MET... read more
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