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Ideal occlusion Normal occlusion A coincident midline Is one

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... destructive interferences; 8. Andrews 6 KEYS of Normal Occlusion ...

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Ideal occlusion Normal occlusion - A coincident mid-line - Is one ...

The lower midline was deviated 2,5 mm to the left, but was coincident with the center of the chin, characterizing a skeletal deviation, but not a dental one ...

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Lower midline deviation of less than 2mm to the left side and upper midline coinciding with the mid-palatine raphe ...

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Figure 2-1 Case 1. A, Extraoral frontal view. Ovoid facial form; slight mentalis strain upon closure; no apparent pathology; interlabial gap 3.0 mm; ...

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At the end of treatment there was improvement in facial esthetics, molar and canine in Class I occlusion, normal overjet and overbite ...

... 1). With more detailed examination of the occlusion ...

Occlusion was deemed very satisfactory (Figs 11 and 12), showing molars and canines in normal occlusion, adequate overjet and overbite, good dental arch ...

... normal nasolabial angle (Fig 15).

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Clinical examination revealed an increased lower face, lip incompetence, a slightly convex profile, obtuse nasolabial angle and good cervical-mandibular ...

Figure 1 Initial facial and intraoral photographs.

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Figure 1: Patient CS, pretreatment intraoral and extraoral photos

Figure 7: Patient SR, pretreatment intraoral and extraoral photos

Face, arches and occlusion pre-treatment photographs.

1 11-year-old male patient with unerupted permanent upper left central and lateral incisors and canine, three impacted supernumerary teeth, shifted upper ...

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Figure 4: Patient CS, posttreatment intraoral and extraoral photographs

Figure 1: Pretreatment photographs

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Figure 6: Settling of occlusion photographs

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Because the patient′s anterior guidance table was used in the production of definitie restoration, the amount of occlusal adjustment on the lingual surface ...

Figure 1. Virtual splint generation. The desired virtual occlusion can be determined after segmentation

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1. Pre-treatment extraoral, intraoral photos and X-ray.

Correction of facial asymmetry and maxillary canting with corticotomy and 1-jaw orthognathic surgery | Pocket Dentistry

Occlusion. A Class I buccal segment and canine relationship were obtained (Fig 10).

Fig. 18 Overcorrection of Class II deep bite malocclusion (A). Ideal occlusion achieved through natural settling and wearing of a tooth positioner (B).

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Intraoral assessment of treatment progress.

Intraoral analysis. Anterior open bite, deviated lower dental midline, bilateral class II molar

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Image result for the ideal occlusion

Fig. 4 A representative patient in group A A: Pre-surgical intra-oral

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Figure 2. Top row: Prior to surgery, both splints were tested on dental

Figure 18: Patient PS, posttreatment intraoral and extraoral photos, buccal bonded retainers across extracted teeth

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Occlusal settlement.

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Patient did not have temporomandibular disorders, but a discrepancy between centric occlusion (CO) and maximum intercuspal position was found ...

Definition: Malocclusion may be defined as ―A condition where there is departure from the normal relation of the teeth to .

intra-arch problems

Fig. 5 A representative patient in group B A: Pre-surgery intra-oral

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Figure 7: Global Bolton's anterior ratios and Bolton's overall ratios results with various methods of models measurements

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Facial and intraoral photographs after appliance removal. A. Frontal. B. Right side

Figure 17: Photographs after 1 year

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Figure 9: Posttreatment intraoral photographs: (a) Right buccal view, (b) anterior view, (c) left buccal view, (d) maxillary occlusal view, (e) mandibular ...

Figure 1-1 A–C, Frontal and lateral views of an ideal occlusion.

Image result for compensating curve

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A, Excessive cant of the occlusal plane of the maxillary incisors. B, Notations of needed wire adjustments through root angle bends to correct cant of ...

Figure 7: Fuller smile with minimal buccal corridor (too less negative space)

Figure 2 A balanced appearance of the anterior teeth is represented by a "golden proportional

Non-Extraction Treatment of Facial Asymmetry, Midline Deviation, Missing UR4 and TMD

Figure 1: Pretreatment photographs showing dental malocclusion including 3-prong anterior crossbite malocclusion and unilateral posterior lingual crossbite

The set-up model mounted on an articulator. Upper occlusal view

Figure 10: Post treatment photographs

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I've noticed that my front teeth have moved a little bit over the years and I was worried about getting braces, but an aligner ...

Figure 1: ( a) Pretreatment frontal photograph illustrating facial asymmetry. (b)

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Occlusal settling phase. 5/16” 3 ½ Oz trapezium elastics in the anterior

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The perpendicular distances from each buccal cusp tip.

Figure 12: Post-treatment intraoral photographs showing normal occlusal relationships. Source: Clinical Orthodontics: Current Concepts, Goals and Mechanics ...

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