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It’s difficult to understand how the more the teeth movement mechanisms improved, the less interest for the etiological and anomaly development aspects is showed. In the next figure we present by antithesis a 30 years patient with the same type of open byte caused by tongue thrust who didn’t beneficiate of functional reeducation. Dentzre towards career choice of Brazilian freshman students in a fifteen-year period. The distribution of year 4 and year edntare students in the sample were equal.

Prevention perspective in orthodontics and dento–facial orthopedics

This point of view that influenced both practical clinic and the orthodontics research is first of all based on the results of the studies on twins and the family problems. Lately, both craniofacial biology and clinical orthodontics have known an accelerated development, which justify ecateria new evaluation of the prevention in orthodontics. Author information Copyright and License information Disclaimer.

Eighty five percent of the samples were right-handed, 9.

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Further improvement in the delivery of clinical teaching preferably by using wide variety of teaching—learning activities can be taken into account through students’ feedback on their learning experience. Ads help cover our server costs. The breathing reeducation exercises, after the removal of adenoid processes are considered to be of great importance even in the case of children who are not presenting malocclusions. Thus, for a long period of time, genetics has been primarily involved in malocclusions.

Each exam consisted of 10 designated periapical and bitewing views. In this context, we must ask ourselves what are the prevention theoretical and practical coordinates in orthodontics, which measures are available or could be elaborated for preventing the malocclusions development.

However, users may print, download, or email articles for individual use. An Experiment Using the Ultimatum Game. Also, some factors considered to be effective on stress levels of dental students were questioned. We present the case of a 9 years patient, with dysfunctional anterior open byte caused by tongue thrust. In this respect, the vicious habits, particularly those of sucking and interposition representing a part of the modern lifestyle which is reflected by the decrease of breast feeding or other changes of the growing habits of the child, cause malocclusion, concurring to a higher frequency thereof.


If the balance between the cheek and lips muscles on one part and the tongue muscles by the other part is disturbed, it will be a high probability for skeletal and occlusion disorders to occur. Information on the socio-demographic data, the determination of handedness and assesment of perceived difficulty in carrying out certain clinical procedures were collected. The aim of this study was to investigate the incidence of the anomaly and its clinical manifestations in two representative groups of children: This implies that being independent may be one of the most motivating factors underlying the bright image projected by the dental profession.

Job conception was cited as the primary reason for pursuing dentistry, and the students considered oral health promotion and oral disease prevention as the primary anoma,iile of dentistry. This ecatedina encourages others in dental education to consider the compelling opportuni The optimum intervention is not universally valid and possible due to the costs or the limited resources existing in certain communities or countries.

Most of the female students planned to work in a group practice environment such as a clinic rather th A questionnaire study of budding dentists in Central India.

Today it is known that oral breathing and head extension could affect the maxillaries growing, concurring to the dento—maxillary anomalies—maxillary compression. To test the altruistic behavior of dental students, the authors conducted a field experiment using the Ultimatum Game, a two-player game used in economics to observe social behavior.

Nowadays, large clinical studies are achieved in Finland, aiming at estimating the precocious orthodontic treatment efficiency and results. Varrela J, Alanen P. The aims of this study were to identify natural segmentation of freshman undergraduate dental students based on demographic, socioeconomic and educational variables, and to subsequently investigate their impact on academic performance of Brazilian undergraduate students.

Clustering analysis revealed three natural groups. Moreover, histological studies showed that the activity level of the masticatory muscles adjusts the cranial and facial bones development, influencing not only the sutures growing but also the bone apposition and resorption 35. It will be interesting to know which measures can be used in the interceptive or corrective therapy for stopping the undesirable development in an incipient stage and for assuring a later normal development of the dento—facial complex.

By Proffit, the main types of dento—maxillary anomalies are related to the abnormal growth of the alveolar processes, of basal parts of the jaws or a combination thereof 4. Clinically, the most important element of the new approach resides in the fact that, most of the anomalies that orthodontics treats today are induced by environment and functional factors that could, at least theoretically, be prevented.


Besides the masticatory muscles, to the craniofacial growing a great importance have the muscles which are maintaining the head posture or those participating to the other functions of dento—maxillary apparatus, such as breath, deglutition and speaking The perturbation of one of the function of the dento—facial complex frequently attracts the perturbation of the others, considering the close relation of interdependence and interconditioning, existing among them.

The objective of the present study was to investigate smoking habits of Iranian dental students in relation to their background characteristics and oral self-care OSC. Ever since, several experimental research and clinical observations Robin, Bimler, Gudin, Muller, Schwarz, etc proved that there are obvious correlations between the respiratory and the dento—maxillary anomalies 345.



Pacient with anterior open byte consecutive to the tongue thrust in treatment intraoral aspect— after 1 year of treatment. During masticatory activity, the jaws are receiving, beside the teeth pressures, a direct pressure born from the strong contractions of the tongue, lips and cheeks.

This and the emphasis on primary prevention of oral pathology, represent a challenge for many countries, in particular for those who are under development and those disposing of a transition economy and health system. This modified and validated questionnaire focusing on students’ learning environment was used in order to gain relevant information related to dental clinical teaching. From ecatetina above mentioned facts it is obvious that the adjustment of the cranio—facial growth is under a less strict genetic control; on the other hand, it seems to highly depend on the influence of several oro—facial functions, especially during the post birth period.

This adjustment led to the decreasing of the mastication need, to the alteration of maxillaries growth and to the increasing of anomalies frequency 12. Patient with anomallile compression as a result of oral breathing and gingival retraction at left lower incisor.

The deglutition is another function which implicates the components of the dento—maxillary complex, the most important being the tongue.