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Clinical application of a 3-dimensional morphometric apparatus for diagnosis and treatment of a Class III patient with facial asymmetry: A pilot study
1 This article demonstrated the usefulness of a non-contact 3-dimensional 2 (3D) morphometric apparatus in orthodontic diagnosis and treatment evaluation. 3 A female patient, 23 years 6 months of age, had a Class III malocclusion with 4 mandibular deviation. The 3D images taken by a 3D morphometric apparatus 5 figured out her protrusive chin of 6 mm on the deviation side compared to the 6 non-deviation side, and showed a possibility of orthognathic surgery. Before 7 starting of orthodonticdoi:10.1016/j.odw.2015.08.001 fatcat:dmgv34ioqzeu5pef2xdnauj5iu