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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.25.2010.tde-18082010-091623
Document
Author
Full name
Manuela Elizabeth Rodriguez Almonte
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
Bauru, 2010
Supervisor
Committee
Sant'Ana, Eduardo (President)
Almeida, Renato Rodrigues de
Pereira Filho, Valfrido Antonio
Title in Portuguese
Análise comparativa de pacientes com mordida aberta esquelética tratados com compensação dentária e cirurgia ortognática
Keywords in Portuguese
Cirurgia ortognática
Compensação dentária
Mordida aberta
Abstract in Portuguese
O objetivo deste estudo foi avaliar a harmonia facial, por meio de fotografias em norma frontal e lateral de pacientes com mordida aberta anterior, tratados com compensação dentária ou cirurgia ortognática. A amostra deste estudo consistiu de 30 pacientes divididos em dois grupos- pacientes compensados ortodonticamente e pacientes tratados cirurgicamente. Ambos os grupos foram analisados comparativa e subjetivamente por leigos e ortodontistas, a partir de fotografias do rosto, frontais e laterais, obtidas ao início e ao final do tratamento. As fotografias foram distribuídas aleatoriamente e dispostas em multimídia (PowerPoint) para serem avaliadas. Os resultados obtidos foram comparados entre os dois grupos de examinadores, considerando o estágio inicial e final do tratamento, e entre os grupos tratados com abordagem compensatória e cirúrgica, estabelecendo qual dessas abordagens oferece maior agradabilidade facial. Pode-se concluir que houve uma proximidade entre as avaliações de leigos e ortodontistas quanto à agradabilidade facial, sendo os leigos mais críticos. Tantos os leigos quanto os ortodontistas deram escores/notas significativamente maiores para as fotografias pós-tratamento tanto nos casos compensatórios como nos cirúrgicos e os casos cirúrgicos em norma lateral obtiveram os escores melhores.
Title in English
Benchmarking patient with skeletal anterior open bite treated with dental compensation and orthognathic surgery
Keywords in English
Bite correction
Open bite
Orthognatic surgery
Abstract in English
The aim of this study was to evaluated facial harmony in patients with open bite, in front teeth (both upper and lower) treated with orthognatic surgery or orthodontic correction by using frontal and lateral side photograph. The purpose of this study was to divide 30 patients in two groups. GROUP 1: patients using bite correction; GROUP2: patients treated with orthognatic surgery. Both groups were studied by orthodontics and ordinary people. Those photographs were divided in different sectional appliance and showed at Power Point and were studied. The results of each group were compared, considering the evaluation from top to bottom, of which one provides a better facial harmony. No significant differences could be notice between the orthodontist opinions such as the ordinary people; however, those ordinary people had a more critical argument about the results. They established different treatments for those patients. Those who had the orthognatic surgery had a better response.
 
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2010-08-19
 
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