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Palate shape and size and palatal rugae morphology of children with anterior open bite and normal vertical overbite.

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Summary of "Palate shape and size and palatal rugae morphology of children with anterior open bite and normal vertical overbite."

To determine differences between open bite and normal vertical overbite regarding distribution, size and clinical appearance of palatal rugae, depth and length of the palate, intercanine and intermolar widths and arch perimeter.

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Name: The Journal of forensic odonto-stomatology
ISSN: 2219-6749
Pages: 34-43

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