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Three-dimensional evaluation of mandibular anterior dental crowding in digital dental casts.

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Summary of "Three-dimensional evaluation of mandibular anterior dental crowding in digital dental casts."

Digital dental models provide a more accurate and comprehensive assessment of orthodontic cases. Although this technique is quite promising, there are few three-dimensional measurements methods described in the literature.

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Name: Dental press journal of orthodontics
ISSN: 2177-6709
Pages: 64-71

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