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Fig. 1 | Progress in Orthodontics

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From: Factors influencing soft tissue profile changes following orthodontic treatment in patients with Class II Division 1 malocclusion

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Cephalometric landmarks. 1 S (sella turcica), 2 N (nasion), 3 A (subspinale), 4 B (supramentale), 5 Pg (pogonion), 6 Gn (gnathion), 7 Me (menton), 8 Go (gonion), 9 ANS (anterior nasal spine), 10 PNS (posterior nasal spine), 11 maxillary central incisor edge, 12 the most anterior labial point of maxillary central incisor, 13 maxillary central incisor apex, 14 mandibular central incisor edge, 15 the most anterior labial point of mandibular central incisor, 16 mandibular central incisor apex, 17 Po (porion), 18 Or (orbitale), 19 Pr (pronasale), 20 Cm (columella), 21 Sn (subnasale), 22 Sls (superior labial sulcus), 23 Ls (labrale superius), 24 Ss (stomion superius), 25 Si (stomion inferius), 26 Li (labrale inferius), 27 Ils (inferior labial sulcus), 28 Pg’ (soft tissue pogonion), and 29 Me’ (soft tissue menton)

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