Sciences dentaires

Respiration buccale

Breathing mode influence on craniofacial development and head posture Influence of Mouth Breathing on the Dentofacial Growth of Children : A Cephalometric Study Influence of Respiratory Pattern On Craniofacial Growth Mouth Breathing Physical and Morphological Consequences Quelles sont les conséquences d’une respiration buccale ? Relationship between Asthma, Malocclusion and Mouth Breathing in Primary Health Care Children… Lire la suite »

Malocclusion

Association between duration of breastfeeding and malocclusions in primary and mixed dentition Association between oral habits, mouth breathing and malocclusion Effects of breast-feeding duration, bottle-feeding duration and non-nutritive sucking habits on the occlusal characteristics of primary dentition Breastfeeding, bottle feeding and risk of malocclusion in mixed and permanent dentitions Correlation of clivoaxial angle to skeletal… Lire la suite »

Le rôle du (ortho)dentiste dans les troubles respiratoires du sommeil

A new definition of dental sleep medicine The role of orthodontist in OSAS diagnosis during childhood. Childhood Sleep-Disorder Breathing Dental management of sleep disorders Dentistry’s role in the diagnosis and co-management of patients with sleep apnoea:hypopnoea syndrome Dimensions of Dental Hygiene Sleep Disorder Breathing : Clinical Cranial Morphological Indicators for Dentists Sleep Medicine Care Under… Lire la suite »

Anthropologie

Facial Phenotyping by Quantitative Photography Reflects Craniofacial Morphology Mandibular reduction in post-Medieval London On The Evolution of Human Jaws and Teeth Relationship Between Surface Facial Dimensions and Upper Airway Structures in OSA Nos mâchoires reflètent-elles notre alimentation ? Effects of food processing on masticatory strain and craniofacial growth in a retrognathic face Unexpectedly rapid evolution… Lire la suite »

Généralités

1°/ Introduction au syndrome des apnées du sommeil (OSAS)