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A QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS OF SOFT TISSUE CHANGE EVALUATION BY ORTHODONTISTS IN CLASS II NON EXTRACTION ORTHODONTIC TREATMENT USING THE 3dMD SYSTEM
With the advent of cephalometrics in the 1930s, numerous studies have focused on the profile of a face to achieve a more esthetic orthodontic treatment outcome. With such heavy emphasis on facial esthetics, a shift in focus from the profile view to the oblique view has become necessary as the smile in the oblique view is what the general public evaluates. The purpose of this pilot study was to determine whether the current tools for diagnosis and treatment evaluation are sufficient. Currently,doi:10.34944/dspace/1695 fatcat:pcubppnp2fa6xd7mjsbcqsqlja