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Dental and Skeletal Changes Associated with Long-term Mandibular Advancement
Study Objectives: Little is known of the possible dental or skeletal side effects following the use of mandibular advancement in the treatment of obstructive sleep apnea. A study has subsequently been designed to investigate these issues. Design: 100 consecutively treated medically referred patients were reviewed cephalometrically in 6-month intervals (6-30 months) following mandibular advancement therapy. Setting: Orthodontic Private Practice. Patients: 87 males, 13 females (mean age 49 years,doi:10.1093/sleep/24.5.531 pmid:11480650 fatcat:ilhede7tmvatbjez4mxfbrf73m