malocclusion


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(dentistry) a condition in which the opposing teeth do not mesh normally

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The Asia-Pacific region is poised to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period, owing to factors such as growing public and private efforts to increase awareness related to orthodontic procedures, constant growth in healthcare expenditure in APAC countries, and increasing incidence/prevalence of malocclusion and tooth decay in various APAC countries.
6) Individuals with cerebral palsy may also suffer from seizures or Class II malocclusion, which can lead to dental injuries.
Malocclusion can result in different types of physical problems, including difficulties chewing and jaw, neck, back and shoulder pain.
Causes Malocclusion usually develops in childhood when the teeth and jaws are growing.
171), whereas the proportions were found to be different between boys and girls for bacterial plaque, gingivitis, malocclusion, developmental anomalies and trauma.
2005) Association between pacifier use and breastfeeding, sudden infant death syndrome, infection and dental malocclusion.
Figures (1,2) are of a hyperextension individual showing the high Angle Class III malocclusion found with this strain.
Invisalign corrects malocclusion using a series of clear, nearly invisible, removable appliances that gently move teeth to a desired final position.
Class II malocclusion occurs when the buccal groove of the mandibular first molar is posterior to the mesiobuccal cusp of the maxillary first molar.
To complete the process, the brackets are mounted to the malocclusion model (Fig.
com, teeth grinding is sometimes caused by ill-fitting upper and lower sets of teeth -known as malocclusion.
periodontal disease, malocclusion and cancer) whose incidence or treatment may be affected by diet has remained stable or even risen.
The incidence of malocclusion (unaligned or "bad" bite) in people with developmental disabilities is markedly higher than in the rest of the population, as has been shown in several studies done in Europe and the United States.
Certain orthodontic issues can be fixed more quickly when the child is young and the malocclusion, meaning a bad bite, is related to jaw growth because the orthodontist can guide the jaw into place as it develops.
UK) introduce malocclusion and its management, current controversies in modern orthodontics, and an evidence-based approach to clinical practice.