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Diagnostic value of profile photography in identifying departures from the norm of growth pattern and horizontal jaw relationship.

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Summary of "Diagnostic value of profile photography in identifying departures from the norm of growth pattern and horizontal jaw relationship."

Although the importance of facial photography in orthodontics has been recognized, there is only one study on its validity and absolutely no studies on its diagnostic value. This study was conducted, therefore, to evaluate for the first time the diagnostic merit of photography in detecting growth pattern and jaw relationships.

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Name: International orthodontics
ISSN: 1879-680X
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