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  1. Several semi-automatic software are available for the three-dimensional reconstruction of the airway from DICOM files. The aim of this study was to evaluate the accuracy of the segmentation of the upper airway...

    Authors: Antonino Lo Giudice, Vincenzo Ronsivalle, Giorgio Gastaldi and Rosalia Leonardi
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2022 23:22
  2. The use of palatal miniscrew offers the possibility to improve the effectiveness of orthodontic expansion devices. Palatal expanders supported by miniscrew can be applied with different clinical protocols. Som...

    Authors: Riccardo Nucera, Elia Ciancio, Giuliano Maino, Serena Barbera, Emanuela Imbesi and Angela Mirea Bellocchio
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2022 23:18
  3. To compare the fluorescent properties of 6 different orthodontic adhesives and provide useful information for clinicians in the adhesion choice, in order to remove it easily at the end of orthodontic treatment...

    Authors: Paolo Albertini, Rosita Tauro, Lorenza Barbara, Enrico Albertini and Luca Lombardo
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2022 23:16
  4. This study aimed to assess the distribution of non-carious cervical lesions (NCCLs) by tooth type, investigate the prevalence of NCCLs in patients undergoing orthodontic treatment, and identify the possible as...

    Authors: Rafaella Rodrigues Gomes, Livia Fávaro Zeola, Tiago Augusto Quirino Barbosa, Alfredo Júlio Fernandes Neto, Guilherme de Araujo Almeida and Paulo Vinícius Soares
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2022 23:17
  5. This study aimed to evaluate the accuracy of deep learning-based integrated tooth models (ITMs) by merging intraoral scans and cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT) scans for three-dimensional (3D) evaluation o...

    Authors: Suk-Cheol Lee, Hyeon-Shik Hwang and Kyungmin Clara Lee
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2022 23:15
  6. To produce a guide for dentists and orthodontists to determine orthodontic treatment need in borderline cases (dental health component DHC 3) and to compare views of different panels of judges on treatment need.

    Authors: Ariane Sampson, Huw G. Jeremiah, Nicholas N. Lai and Robert Kirschen
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2022 23:13
  7. Since their introduction in orthodontics, clear aligners have been appreciated by patients, including adults, for their comfort and low aesthetic impact. Despite the enormous mobilization of financial resource...

    Authors: G. Bilello, M. Fazio, E. Amato, L. Crivello, A. Galvano and G. Currò
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2022 23:12
  8. Mini-screws are widely used as temporary anchorages in orthodontic treatment, but have the disadvantage of showing a high failure rate of about 10%. Therefore, orthodontic mini-screws should have high biocompa...

    Authors: Changkyun Im, Je-Hyeok Park, Young-Mi Jeon, Jong-Ghee Kim, Yong-Seok Jang, Min-Ho Lee, Woo-Yong Jeon, Jun-Min Kim and Tae-Sung Bae
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2022 23:11
  9. White spot lesion (WSL) is the most common consequence during and after orthodontic treatment. This study was conducted to investigate the ability of casein phosphopeptide amorphous calcium phosphate (CPP-ACP)...

    Authors: Neven S. Aref and Maha Kh. Alrasheed
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2022 23:10
  10. To investigate the accuracy of three different 3D digital model registration software for tip, torque and rotation measurements, with reference to a 3D digital virtual setup. Twenty maxillary and mandibular pr...

    Authors: Samar M. Adel, Nikhilesh R. Vaid, Nadia El-Harouni, Hassan Kassem and Abbas R. Zaher
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2022 23:8
  11. To evaluate the correspondence between the interproximal reduction (IPR) performed clinically and that programmed in ClinCheck® and further assess which teeth showed an amount of implemented IPR (I-IPR) that c...

    Authors: Amirtha Hariharan, Sarah Abu Arqub, Vaibhav Gandhi, Lucas Da Cunha Godoy, Chia-Ling Kuo and Flavio Uribe
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2022 23:9
  12. Orthodontic treatment procedures like separator placement, archwire placement, orthodontic force application, miniscrew placement and debonding procedure usually involve pain and discomfort. Pain perception an...

    Authors: Sanjay Prasad Gupta, Shristi Rauniyar, Pravin Prasad and Pranil Man Singh Pradhan
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2022 23:7
  13. Three-dimensional (3D) printing technology is an emerging manufacturing process for many orthodontic appliances, and the aim of this study was to evaluate the mechanical properties of resin-based materials as ...

    Authors: Spyridon N. Papageorgiou, Georgios Polychronis, Nearchos Panayi, Spiros Zinelis and Theodore Eliades
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2022 23:6
  14. This systematic review and meta-analysis aimed to critically appraise the available evidence of the effectiveness of early intervention of functional unilateral posterior crossbites (FPXB) between the ages of ...

    Authors: Danya Hassan Alsawaf, Salam Ghazwan Almaasarani, Mohammad Y. Hajeer and Nada Rajeh
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2022 23:5
  15. Transverse maxillary deficiency is a high prevalent growth disorder within the adult population that may lead to serious health issues, such as detrimental malocclusions and higher risk of developing obstructi...

    Authors: Daniel Paludo Brunetto, Christoph E. Moschik, Ramon Dominguez-Mompell, Eliza Jaria, Eduardo Franzotti Sant’Anna and Won Moon
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2022 23:3
  16. Smile esthetics has a strong influence on perception, attractiveness, and personal characteristics. It is unknown how malocclusions may influence the appearance of the individual's smile. This study aimed to i...

    Authors: Gil Guilherme Gasparello, Sergio Luiz Mota Júnior, Giovani Ceron Hartmann, Thiago Martins Meira, Elisa Souza Camargo, Matheus Melo Pithon and Orlando Tanaka
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2022 23:4
  17. Bruxism is defined as repetitive jaw-muscle activity characterized by the grinding and clenching of teeth. The prevalence of bruxism in children is extensive, and it can cause irregularities in dental arches. ...

    Authors: Ebru Hazar Bodrumlu, Fethiye Çakmak Özlü, Hakan Yılmaz and Levent Demiriz
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2022 23:2
  18. Constricted maxillary bone is a common skeletal deformity, which may lead to crowding and posterior crossbite. Mid-palatal suture expansion is often used to increase the maxillary width, but its skeletal effec...

    Authors: Mengting Xu, Yuan Li, Xiaoxia Feng, Wei Zheng, Zhihe Zhao and Yu Li
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2022 23:1
  19. To evaluate the long-term outcomes of Class II treatment with the Jasper Jumper appliance and comprehensive orthodontic treatment concerning inclination of the mandibular incisors and gingival recession.

    Authors: Wilana Moura, José Fernanado C. Henriques, Caroline M. Gambardela-Tkacz, Paula Cotrin, Daniela Garib and Guilherme Janson
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2021 22:45
  20. This study aimed to evaluate the short-term oropharyngeal airway volumetric changes in growing Class III maxillary-deficient patients treated by facemask without expansion compared with untreated Class III con...

    Authors: Amr H. Husson, Ahmad S. Burhan, Mohammad Y. Hajeer and Fehmieh R. Nawaya
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2021 22:50
  21. To detect the optimal timing of intervention based on different cervical vertebral maturation stage (CS1-2 vs. CS3-4) for the treatment of Class III malocclusion with early Class III protocol.

    Authors: Ludovica Nucci, Caterina Costanzo, Marco Carfora, Fabrizia d’Apuzzo, Lorenzo Franchi and Letizia Perillo
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2021 22:49
  22. Understanding the issues concerning the conducting of virtual orthodontic learning sessions (VOLSs) is essential. This study aims to identify attendees- and host-related aspects that could optimise learning an...

    Authors: Samer Mheissen, Mohammed Almuzian, Mark B. Wertheimer and Haris Khan
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2021 22:47
  23. The purpose of this 2-arm-parallel split-mouth trial was to evaluate and compare the extent of possible root resorption using dentin phosphoprotein levels in gingival crevicular fluid between controlled contin...

    Authors: Sherifa Ghaleb, Nazla Tamish, Walid ElKenany and Myriam Guindi
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2021 22:44
  24. A systematic review of the evidence should be undertaken to support the justification for undertaking a clinical trial. The aim of this study was to examine whether reports of orthodontic Randomised Clinical T...

    Authors: Kishan Patel, Martyn T. Cobourne, Nikolaos Pandis and Jadbinder Seehra
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2021 22:48
  25. Primary failure of eruption (PFE) is a hereditary condition, and linkage with variants in the PTH1R gene has been demonstrated in many cases. The clinical severity and expression of PFE is variable, and the genot...

    Authors: Cristina Grippaudo, Isabella D’Apolito, Concetta Cafiero, Agnese Re, Pietro Chiurazzi and Sylvia A. Frazier-Bowers
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2021 22:43
  26. This study investigated the safety of orthodontic anchor screw (OAS) placement by examining the morphology and degree of depression of the maxillary sinus adjacent to the alveolar bone between the maxillary mo...

    Authors: Ken Miyazawa, Momoko Shibata, Masako Tabuchi, Misuzu Kawaguchi, Noriko Shimura and Shigemi Goto
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2021 22:46
  27. Nowadays, CAD/CAM technologies enrich orthodontics in several ways. While they are commonly used for diagnoses and treatment planning, they can also be applied to create individualized bracket systems. The pur...

    Authors: Julia Hegele, Lena Seitz, Cora Claussen, Uwe Baumert, Hisham Sabbagh and Andrea Wichelhaus
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2021 22:40
  28. Although preformed archwires with a variety of arch forms are currently commercially available, the effects of variation in the shape of these archwires on the orthodontic force at each tooth are not well unde...

    Authors: Akihiko Tachi, Keisuke Tochigi, Naomi Saze and Kazuhito Arai
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2021 22:41
  29. Malocclusion is a condition frequently seen in primary dentition due to the interaction of environmental, genetic and behavioural factors. The occurrence of some types of malocclusions can have an impact on or...

    Authors: Fernanda Marques Torres de Vasconcelos, Filipe Colombo Vitali, Marcos Ximenes, Loraine Fernandes Dias, Carla Pereira da Silva, Adriano Ferrati Borgatto, Michele Bolan and Mariane Cardoso
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2021 22:38
  30. Considering the adverse consequences of respiratory insufficiency in cleft lip and palate (CLP) patients, this study aimed to assess the pharyngeal airway dimensions in 9–12-year-old patients with unilateral C...

    Authors: Bita Kiaee, Ludovica Nucci, Farzin Sarkarat, Ahmad Reza Talaeipour, Sara Eslami, Faezeh Amiri and Abdolreza Jamilian
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2021 22:35
  31. Orthodontic debonding procedure produces inevitable enamel surface alterations, sequelae to which are enamel demineralization, sensitivity and retention of pigments. Several agents have been employed to counte...

    Authors: Purva Verma and Srirengalakshmi Muthuswamy Pandian
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2021 22:39
  32. Although, the outcomes and changes in the maxillofacial complex after the application of intraoral bone anchored Class III elastics, have been reported by multiple clinical studies, there was no finite element...

    Authors: Priyank Rai, Dhiraj Garg, Tulika Tripathi, Anup Kanase and Gayatri Ganesh
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2021 22:36
  33. Literature shows that the expression of various biomarkers in peri-miniscrew crevicular fluid (PMICF) is related to the stability of miniscrew implants (MSIs). The present study investigated the role and alter...

    Authors: Tabassum Qureshi, Ritu Duggal, Om Prakash Kharbanda and Moganty R. Rajeswari
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2021 22:33
  34. MicroRNAs (miRNAs) are non-coding short, single-stranded RNA molecules that may serve as biomarkers for various inflammatory and molecular mechanisms underlying bone and tissue remodeling consequent to orthodo...

    Authors: Priyanka Kapoor, Aman Chowdhry, Dinesh Kumar Bagga, Deepak Bhargava and S. Aishwarya
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2021 22:31
  35. The aims of this study were to evaluate the efficacy of alveolar corticotomy (AC) and piezocision (PZ) in accelerating maxillary canine retraction, and their effects on multiple bone remodeling expression in g...

    Authors: Larissa Salgado da Matta Cid Pinto Fernandes, Daniel Santos Fonseca Figueiredo, Dauro Douglas Oliveira, Ricardo Gontijo Houara, Wellington José Rody Jr, Bruno Frazão Gribel and Rodrigo Villamarim Soares
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2021 22:37
  36. There is currently no information on how different mandibular segments are affected by juvenile idiopathic arthritis. The aim of this paper is to assess volumetric differences of different mandibular segments ...

    Authors: Davide Cavagnetto, Andrea Abate, Alberto Caprioglio, Paolo Cressoni and Cinzia Maspero
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2021 22:32
  37. To evaluate morphologic differences between class III malocclusion success and failure treatment subjects in order to identify which variables are more predictive for long-term stability in early orthopedic tr...

    Authors: V. Paoloni, F. C. De Razza, L. Franchi and P. Cozza
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2021 22:34
  38. Apps have been shown to be an effective tool in changing patients’ behaviours in orthodontics and can be used to improve their compliance with treatment. The Behaviour Change Techniques (BCTs) and quality (usi...

    Authors: N. R. Siddiqui, S. J. Hodges and M. O. Sharif
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2021 22:25
  39. Detection of skeletal maturity is vital in orthodontic treatment timing and planning. Traditional methods include hand-wrist radiography and cervical vertebral maturation index (CVMI). Though the radiographic ...

    Authors: Veena GV and Tulika Tripathi
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2021 22:26
  40. The aim of this study was to compare the dental effects, impact on quality of life, and pain perception of adolescents wearing Mini Hyrax and Hyrax expanders in rapid palatal expansion.

    Authors: Giordani Santos Silveira, Lucas Guimarães Abreu, Juan Martin Palomo, Larissa Salgado da Matta Cid Pinto, Adriana Alkmim de Sousa, Bruno Frazão Gribel and Dauro Douglas Oliveira
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2021 22:30
  41. Excessive proclination of lower incisors and other undesirable consequences usually result from the use of class II elastics during orthodontic treatment. The purpose of this study was to attempt to limit the ...

    Authors: Mostafa M. El-Dawlatly, Mohamed A. Mabrouk, Amr ElDakroury and Yehya A. Mostafa
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2021 22:27
  42. Orthodontic tooth movement (OTM) has been shown to induce osteocyte apoptosis in alveolar bone shortly after force application. However, how osteocyte apoptosis affects orthodontic tooth movement is unknown. T...

    Authors: Michele Kaplan, Zana Kalajzic, Thomas Choi, Imad Maleeh, Christopher L. Ricupero, Michelle N. Skelton, Madeleine L. Daily, Jing Chen and Sunil Wadhwa
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2021 22:21
  43. The purpose of this study was to identify pretreatment factors associated with the stability of early class III treatment, since most orthodontists start the treatment with their uncertain hypotheses and/or pr...

    Authors: Yasuko Inoue, Toru Deguchi, James K. Hartsfield Jr, Wakako Tome and Noriyuki Kitai
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2021 22:23
  44. This study was conducted in order to explore the effects of orthodontic tooth movement (OTM) on the changes of salivary proteome. This prospective observational pilot study recruited 12 healthy teenage boys wi...

    Authors: Lovorka Grgurevic, Ruder Novak, Grgur Salai, Vladimir Trkulja, Lejla Ferhatovic Hamzic, Vojka Zgombic Popovic and Darko Bozic
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2021 22:19

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