Clinical and laboratory rationale of modern methods of treatment and transversal dentition abnormalities in people of different age groups (literature review)


  • T. R. Zakalata
Keywords: narrowing of the upper jaw, mid-palatal suture, device with the screw

Abstract

Prevalence this pathology among the population over foreign and domestic sources was observed in 76,6%.The leading symptom of which is the discrepancy closing dentition in a horizontal plane. These disorders lead to incorrect occlusion contacts, changing the concentration of pressure on the bone at a young age and lead to violation of dental arch from and configuration of the face as a whole. The above functional and morphological violations indicate the need for a thorough study on the etiology and pathogenesis. Despite the positive results of maxillary expansion in the application of various devices marked undesirable side effect caused by using too much of orthodontic forces So a number of these issues requires further scrutiny.

Published
2017-03-31
How to Cite
Zakalata, T. R. (2017). Clinical and laboratory rationale of modern methods of treatment and transversal dentition abnormalities in people of different age groups (literature review). Biomedical and Biosocial Anthropology, (24), 183-191. Retrieved from https://bba-journal.com/index.php/journal/article/view/49