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Evaluation of Skeletal and Dental Effects of Lower Lingual Arches.

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Summary of "Evaluation of Skeletal and Dental Effects of Lower Lingual Arches."

A lower lingual arch is usually recommended as a holding device to maintain arch length and to prevent mesial migration of the mandibular first molars. Despite its widespread use, comparatively little is known about the effects of a lower lingual holding arch on preservation of lower arch dimensions and tooth position and the impact of the device on mandibular growth. The aim of this study is to evaluate the skeletal and dental effects of the lower lingual holding arch with regard to arch dimension, positions of mandibular molars and incisors, and usual mandibular growth.

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Name: The Journal of clinical pediatric dentistry
ISSN: 1053-4628
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