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Possibilities of orthodontic-orthopaedic treatment in patients with Down syndrome, based on review of literature and on own observations
Słowa kluczowe: położenie języka higiena jamy ustnej współpraca a b s t r a c t Patients with Down syndrome often suffer from protruding tongue, various dental and occlusal anomalies. Characteristic features of midface hypoplasia in Down syndrome include smaller maxilla, narrower bridge of the nose and presence of "stair" palate. Possibilities of an active orthodontic treatment and its impact on tongue position, oral hygiene, quality of speech and bruxism in patients with Down syndrome, treateddoi:10.1016/j.pepo.2012.08.009 fatcat:7nb3tjecvzftfd5zrkoos2faoe