Orthodontic treatment options for dental‑occlusal disorders in adults with cleidocranial dysplasia – a review of case reports

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Marta Worona, Teresa Matthews-Brzozowska



2/2017/XLV s. 91–96
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DOI: https://doi.org/10.20883/df.2016.27

Fraza do cytowania: Worona M., Matthews-Brzozowska T. Orthodontic treatment options for dental‑occlusal disorders in adults with cleidocranial dysplasia – a review of case reports. Dental Forum. 2017;XLV(2):91–96. DOI: https://doi.org/10.20883/df.2016.27.

The aim of the study was to present the orthodontic treatment options for dental‑occlusal disorders in adults with cleidocranial dysplasia – based on a review of case reports. In the literature, the preferred method for the diagnosis of dental abnormalities was panoramic radiograph, with only a few researchers using CBCT. A hearing test was not performed in any patient, despite the fact that some publications have reported the occurrence of hearing loss in patients with CCD. The preferred methods for the correction of dental abnormalities in adult patients with cleidocranial dysostosis are prosthetic or orthodontic treatments combined with a surgical approach. The orthodontic treatment strategies implemented by researchers included initiating the eruption of impacted permanent teeth using orthodontic traction, as well as the correction of anterior, posterior and open crossbite. The implemented methods of long‑term orthodontic therapy resulted in achieving stable outcomes.

Key words: cleidocranial dysplasia, tooth disorders, bite correction.





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