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March 2013
Orthodontie Française;2013, Vol. 84 Issue 1, p135
Academic Journal
Thissection presents abstracts of articles on orthodontics including one by W. Aragao on the use of the Human Total Care (HBTC) in a systematic health problem treated through the stomatognathic system, one by S. Arita on early orthodontic intervention as a child care support and one by M.-J. Deshayes on the role of the cranial base on the occlusion and the face.


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