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  1. The objectives of this study were to check the reliability of the five angular and two linear parameters for sagittal maxillo-mandibular discrepancy and to compare and correlate angular parameters with the ANB...

    Authors: Rahul Trivedi, Amit Bhattacharya, Falguni Mehta, Dolly Patel, Harshik Parekh and Vaibhav Gandhi
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2015 16:3
  2. The purpose of this clinical longitudinal study was to investigate the effectiveness of indirect bonding technique evaluating the number of bond failures which occurred during treatment.

    Authors: Anna Menini, Mauro Cozzani, Maria Francesca Sfondrini, Andrea Scribante, Paolo Cozzani and Paola Gandini
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2014 15:70
  3. The purpose of this study was to compare the occlusal stability of class II subdivision malocclusion treatment with 3 and 4 first premolar extractions. A sample of 156 dental casts from 52 patients with class ...

    Authors: Guilherme Janson, Janine Araki, Sérgio Estelita and Leonardo T Camardella
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2014 15:67
  4. The objective of this study is to analyze a set of previously developed and proposed image segmentation protocols for precision in both intra- and inter-rater reliability for in vivo tooth volume measurements usi...

    Authors: Darren Forst, Simrit Nijjar, Carlos Flores-Mir, Jason Carey, Marc Secanell and Manuel Lagravere
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2014 15:69
  5. The use of functional appliances for the correction of retrognathic mandible is very common in orthodontics. Similar appliances known as oral appliances are also frequently used in adults for the treatment of ...

    Authors: Swapnil Ghodke, Ashok Kumar Utreja, Satinder Pal Singh and Ashok Kumar Jena
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2014 15:68
  6. Diode lasers are becoming popular in gingival treatment following orthodontic treatments. Despite their merit and clinical implications, postoperative pain and bleeding after surgery with diode lasers are not ...

    Authors: Farhad Sobouti, Vahid Rakhshan, Nasim Chiniforush and Maziar Khatami
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2014 15:66
  7. This systematic review aimed to generate evidence on role of potent markers of inflammation [cytokines, chemokines, their associated receptors and antagonists] following the application of orthodontic forces. ...

    Authors: Priyanka Kapoor, Om Prakash Kharbanda, Nitika Monga, Ragini Miglani and Sunil Kapila
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2014 15:65
  8. Chin cup is regarded as the oldest orthodontic appliance for the management of Class III malocclusion. To assess its clinical effectiveness in pre-pubertal patients, a meta-analysis on specific cephalometric v...

    Authors: Maria I Chatzoudi, Ioulia Ioannidou-Marathiotou and Moschos A Papadopoulos
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2014 15:62
  9. The aim of this study was to provide clinical indications for the correct management of appliances in space closure treatment of patients with agenesis of the upper lateral incisors.

    Authors: Luca Lombardo, Antonio D′Ercole, Michele Carmelo Latini and Giuseppe Siciliani
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2014 15:63
  10. The aim of this study was to evaluate and compare the difference in the level of pain using the visual analog scale (VAS) between cases treated with the edgewise appliance and Invisalign. In addition, the caus...

    Authors: Koji Fujiyama, Tadashi Honjo, Makoto Suzuki, Shinya Matsuoka and Toru Deguchi
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2014 15:64
  11. The role of third molars as a cause of incisor crowding, especially in the lower arch, continues to be controversial. The aim of this work is to compare opinions of Italian oral surgeons and orthodontists on t...

    Authors: Michela Gavazzi, Donato De Angelis, Sergio Blasi, Paolo Pesce and Valentina Lanteri
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2014 15:60
  12. Optimal positioning of orthodontic mini-implants is essential for a successful treatment with skeletal anchorage. This study aims to compare the accuracy of two-dimensional radiographs with a cone beam compute...

    Authors: Shilpa Kalra, Tulika Tripathi, Priyank Rai and Anup Kanase
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2014 15:61
  13. This cross-sectional retrospective study was conducted to determine association between breastfeeding duration, non-nutritive sucking habits, dental arch transverse diameters, posterior crossbite and anterior ...

    Authors: Shiv Shankar Agarwal, Karan Nehra, Mohit Sharma, Balakrishna Jayan, Anish Poonia and Hiteshwar Bhattal
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2014 15:59
  14. Decision-making based on reliable evidence is more likely to lead to effective and efficient treatments. Evidence-based dentistry was developed, similarly to evidence-based medicine, to help clinicians apply c...

    Authors: Juliana Kiriakou, Nikolaos Pandis, Phoebus Madianos and Argy Polychronopoulou
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2014 15:58
  15. The objective of the present study was to evaluate and compare temporomandibular joint changes especially disk-condyle-fossa relationship following functional treatment of skeletal class II division 1 malocclu...

    Authors: Santosh J Chavan, Wasundhara A Bhad and Umal H Doshi
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2014 15:57
  16. The technology surrounding temporary skeletal anchorage devices has improved in leaps and bounds. However, no specific auxiliary exists for the intrusion of molars in conjunction with these devices and current...

    Authors: Riaan Foot, Oyku Dalci, Carmen Gonzales, Nour Eldin Tarraf and M Ali Darendeliler
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2014 15:56
  17. The aim of this study is to calculate and compare the play and torque expression of 0.018 and 0.022 bracket slots when engaged with archwires of different size, cross section and material.

    Authors: Angela Arreghini, Luca Lombardo, Francesco Mollica and Giuseppe Siciliani
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2014 15:53
  18. The aim of this study was to evaluate the effects of Class II malocclusion treatment with the Jasper Jumper and the Bionator, associated with fixed appliances.

    Authors: Leniana Santos Neves, Guilherme Janson, Rodrigo Hermont Cançado, Karina Jerônimo Rodrigues Santiago de Lima, Thaís Maria Freire Fernandes and José Fernando Castanha Henriques
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2014 15:54
  19. Orthodontic palatal expansion appliances have been widely used with satisfactory and, most often, predictable clinical results. Recently, clinicians have successfully utilized micro-implants with palatal expan...

    Authors: Matt MacGinnis, Howard Chu, George Youssef, Kimberley W Wu, Andre Wilson Machado and Won Moon
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2014 15:52
  20. Most orthodontists believe that fixed retainers are necessary to maintain ideal dental relationships. However, untoward side effects might result from their long-term placement. The aim of this study was to ev...

    Authors: Sepideh Torkan, Morteza Oshagh, Leila Khojastepour, Shoaleh Shahidi and Somayeh Heidari
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2014 15:47
  21. The ideal built-in tip and torque values of the straight wire appliance reduce the need for wire bending and hence reduce chair time. The vertical position of the bracket on the tooth surface can alter the tor...

    Authors: Ahmadreza Sardarian, Shahla Momeni danaei, Shoaleh Shahidi, Sahar Ghodsi Boushehri and Allahyar Geramy
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2014 15:50
  22. Studies that show frequencies of different orthodontic treatment protocols can be used as valuable parameters in the interpretation of treatment tendency with time. The purpose of this retrospective study was ...

    Authors: Guilherme Janson, Fábio Rogério Torres Maria and Roberto Bombonatti
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2014 15:51
  23. There are controversial opinions about the effect of erupted second molars on distalization of the first molars. Most of the distalizing devices are anchored on the first molars, without including second molar...

    Authors: Alberto Caprioglio, Mauro Cozzani and Mattia Fontana
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2014 15:49
  24. The objective of this study was to evaluate the treatment effects of Forsus™ Fatigue Resistant Device (FRD; 3M Unitek, Monrovia, CA, USA) in growing patients with Class II non-extraction malocclusions.

    Authors: Dean A Heinrichs, Imad Shammaa, Chris Martin, Thomas Razmus, Erdogan Gunel and Peter Ngan
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2014 15:45
  25. The purpose of this retrospective study is to investigate the dentoalveolar and skeletal effects of two distalizing protocols featuring different anchorage systems used in patients with class II malocclusion: ...

    Authors: Lisa Mariani, Giuliano Maino and Alberto Caprioglio
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2014 15:43
  26. This study aims to critically evaluate orthodontically induced external apical root resorption (OIEARR) in incisors of patients undergoing non-surgical orthodontic treatment of class II division 1 malocclusion...

    Authors: Long D Tieu, Humam Saltaji, David Normando and Carlos Flores-Mir
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2014 15:48
  27. The aim of this study is to compare the dento-skeletal effects of rapid maxillary expansion (RME) and mixed maxillary expansion (MME), assessed on posteroanterior (PA) cephalograms.

    Authors: Letizia Perillo, Alfredo De Rosa, Francesco Iaselli, Fabrizia d’Apuzzo, Vincenzo Grassia and Salvatore Cappabianca
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2014 15:46
  28. Extraction has now been accepted widely in various malocclusions including Angle's class II division 1. However, the levels of scientific evidence in orthodontic treatment planning have been weak, and it is un...

    Authors: Yongwen Guo, Xianglong Han, Hui Xu, Dongqing Ai, Huan Zeng and Ding Bai
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2014 15:44
  29. The objective of this study is to evaluate the force-deflection behavior of beta-titanium alloy wires between two leveled and unleveled bracket alignment scenarios using a three-point bending test.

    Authors: Natalia Martins Insabralde, Thaís Poletti, Ana Cláudia Conti, Paula Vanessa Oltramari-Navarro, Murilo B Lopes, Carlos Flores-Mir and Marcio Rodrigues de Almeida
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2014 15:42
  30. Fiber-reinforced polymer composite (FRPC) archwires could provide an esthetic solution to conventional orthodontic archwires. This study was carried out with the following aims: (1) to compare the sliding fric...

    Authors: Chai Kiat Chng, Kelvin Foong, Narayan H Gandedkar, Yiong Huak Chan and Chong-Lin Chew
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2014 15:39
  31. The aim of this study was to compare displacements and stress after en masse retraction of mandibular dentition with lingual and labial orthodontics using three-dimensional (3D) finite element models (FEM).

    Authors: Luca Lombardo, Giuseppe Scuzzo, Angela Arreghini, Özge Gorgun, Yıldız Öztürk Ortan and Giuseppe Siciliani
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2014 15:38
  32. Smartphone usage has spread to many settings including that of healthcare and dentistry with numerous potential and realized benefits. The ability to download custom-built software applications (apps) has crea...

    Authors: Mayuresh Jagannath Baheti and Nandlal Toshniwal
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2014 15:36
  33. The aim of this prospective study was to compare root resorption after the leveling phase of treatment, performed by either super-elastic or conventional multi-stranded stainless steel arch wires.

    Authors: Kawa Alzahawi, Espen Færøvig, Pongsri Brudvik, Olav Egil Bøe and Maria Mavragani
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2014 15:35
  34. A retrospective study was conducted to determine the cephalometric changes in a group of Class III patients treated with the inter-arch spring-loaded module (CS2000®, Dynaflex, St. Ann, MO, USA).

    Authors: Robert Vanlaecken, Michael O Williams, Thomas Razmus, Erdogan Gunel, Chris Martin and Peter Ngan
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2014 15:32
  35. This study aims to compare the ‘Nuvola®’ system with ‘Fantasmino®’ system, examine their material properties, and define the indications for use of the aligners.

    Authors: Federica Ercoli, Michele Tepedino, Vincenzo Parziale and Cesare Luzi
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2014 15:31
  36. Oral breathing and maxillary deficiency are often associated with steep mandibular plane angle, and retrognathic mandible compared with the faces of healthy controls. Some studies suggested that after rapid ma...

    Authors: Rosamaria Fastuca, Piero Antonio Zecca and Alberto Caprioglio
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2014 15:40
  37. The purpose of this study was to determine the bond strength of different orthodontic bracket materials (ceramic, stainless steel, and titanium) as well as stresses developed in bracket-cement-enamel systems u...

    Authors: Shaymaa E Elsaka, Shaza M Hammad and Noha F Ibrahim
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2014 15:33
  38. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effect of casein phosphopeptide amorphous calcium phosphate (CPP-ACP) and CPP-ACP with fluoride (CPP-ACP-F) on the shear bond strength (SBS) of orthodontic brackets...

    Authors: Kapil A Ladhe, Murlidhar R Sastri, Jyoti B Madaan and Ketan K Vakil
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2014 15:28
  39. The daily life of patients suffering from orofacial pain is considerably impaired as compared to healthy subjects. The aim of this study was to investigate the influence of different categories of orofacial pa...

    Authors: Iacopo Cioffi, Stefania Perrotta, Lucia Ammendola, Roberta Cimino, Stefano Vollaro, Sergio Paduano and Ambrosina Michelotti
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2014 15:27
  40. This study provides a vital insight in assessing the clinical and biochemical changes in interleukin (IL)-1β levels in peri-miniscrew crevicular fluid (PMCF) during the course of orthodontic tooth movement.

    Authors: Nitika Monga, Sushma Chaurasia, Om Prakash Kharbanda, Ritu Duggal and Moganty Raja Rajeswari
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2014 15:30
  41. The aim of the survey was to obtain information on the treatment plan preferences, mechanics and characteristics of temporary anchorage device (TAD) application using a single case presented to orthodontists i...

    Authors: Goran Markic, Christos Katsaros, Nikolaos Pandis and Theodore Eliades
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2014 15:29
  42. The detection and quantification of skeletal asymmetries is a fundamental component to diagnosis and treatment planning in orthodontics. The purpose of this study was to identify and quantify the characteristi...

    Authors: Derek A Sanders, Taranpreet K Chandhoke, Flavio A Uribe, Paul H Rigali and Ravindra Nanda
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2014 15:26
  43. Although dental dilaceration disinclusion is an accepted treatment modality, few studies have evaluated the prognosis for dilacerated maxillary incisors and changes in clinical periodontal parameters still nee...

    Authors: Giampietro Farronato, Lucia Giannini, Guido Galbiati and Cinzia Maspero
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2014 15:3
  44. In this study we aimed at quantifying the possible errors which may occur when assessing specific reference planes and linear derivants on cephalometric radiographs traced manually and digitally. Furthermore, ...

    Authors: Giampietro Farronato, Sara Salvadori, Francesca Nolet, Alessandro Zoia and Davide Farronato
    Citation: Progress in Orthodontics 2014 15:1

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