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Gingival labial recessions in orthodontically treated and untreated individuals: a case control study

Renkema, A. M., Fudalej, P. S., Renkema, A. A. P., Abbas, F., Bronkhorst, E. & Katsaros, C., Jun-2013, In : Journal of Clinical Periodontology. 40, 6, p. 631-637 7 p.

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Renkema, A. M., Fudalej, P. S., Renkema, A. A. P., Abbas, F., Bronkhorst, E., & Katsaros, C. (2013). Gingival labial recessions in orthodontically treated and untreated individuals: a case control study. Journal of Clinical Periodontology, 40(6), 631-637. https://doi.org/10.1111/jcpe.12105

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Renkema, Anne Marie ; Fudalej, Piotr S. ; Renkema, Alianne A. P. ; Abbas, Frank ; Bronkhorst, Ewald ; Katsaros, Christos. / Gingival labial recessions in orthodontically treated and untreated individuals : a case control study. In: Journal of Clinical Periodontology. 2013 ; Vol. 40, No. 6. pp. 631-637.

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Renkema, AM, Fudalej, PS, Renkema, AAP, Abbas, F, Bronkhorst, E & Katsaros, C 2013, 'Gingival labial recessions in orthodontically treated and untreated individuals: a case control study', Journal of Clinical Periodontology, vol. 40, no. 6, pp. 631-637. https://doi.org/10.1111/jcpe.12105

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Gingival labial recessions in orthodontically treated and untreated individuals : a case control study. / Renkema, Anne Marie; Fudalej, Piotr S.; Renkema, Alianne A. P.; Abbas, Frank; Bronkhorst, Ewald; Katsaros, Christos.

In: Journal of Clinical Periodontology, Vol. 40, No. 6, 06.2013, p. 631-637.

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Renkema AM, Fudalej PS, Renkema AAP, Abbas F, Bronkhorst E, Katsaros C. Gingival labial recessions in orthodontically treated and untreated individuals: a case control study. Journal of Clinical Periodontology. 2013 Jun;40(6):631-637. https://doi.org/10.1111/jcpe.12105


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@article{bf3f0c9340264e079123cee2154f0fa8,
title = "Gingival labial recessions in orthodontically treated and untreated individuals: a case control study",
abstract = "Objectives To evaluate the long-term development of labial gingival recessions during orthodontic treatment and retention phase. Material and Methods In this retrospective casecontrol study, the presence of gingival recession was scored (Yes or No) on plaster models of 100 orthodontic patients (cases) and 120 controls at the age of 12 (T12), 15 (T15), 18 (T18), and 21 (T21) years. In the treated group, T12 reflected the start of orthodontic treatment and T15 the end of active treatment and the start of retention phase with bonded retainers. Independent t-tests, Fisher's exact tests and a fitted two-part hurdle model were used to identify the effect of orthodontic treatment/retention on recessions. Results The proportion of subjects with recessions was consistently higher in cases than controls. Overall, the odds ratio for orthodontic patients as compared with controls to have recessions is 4.48 (p",
keywords = "aetiology, gingival recession, orthodontics, periodontal disease, LONG-TERM, PREVALENCE, DEFECTS, POPULATION, SEVERITY, MOVEMENT, INCISORS, THERAPY, HISTORY, HEALTH",
author = "Renkema, {Anne Marie} and Fudalej, {Piotr S.} and Renkema, {Alianne A. P.} and Frank Abbas and Ewald Bronkhorst and Christos Katsaros",
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AU - Renkema, Anne Marie

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AU - Renkema, Alianne A. P.

AU - Abbas, Frank

AU - Bronkhorst, Ewald

AU - Katsaros, Christos

PY - 2013/6

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N2 - Objectives To evaluate the long-term development of labial gingival recessions during orthodontic treatment and retention phase. Material and Methods In this retrospective casecontrol study, the presence of gingival recession was scored (Yes or No) on plaster models of 100 orthodontic patients (cases) and 120 controls at the age of 12 (T12), 15 (T15), 18 (T18), and 21 (T21) years. In the treated group, T12 reflected the start of orthodontic treatment and T15 the end of active treatment and the start of retention phase with bonded retainers. Independent t-tests, Fisher's exact tests and a fitted two-part hurdle model were used to identify the effect of orthodontic treatment/retention on recessions. Results The proportion of subjects with recessions was consistently higher in cases than controls. Overall, the odds ratio for orthodontic patients as compared with controls to have recessions is 4.48 (p

AB - Objectives To evaluate the long-term development of labial gingival recessions during orthodontic treatment and retention phase. Material and Methods In this retrospective casecontrol study, the presence of gingival recession was scored (Yes or No) on plaster models of 100 orthodontic patients (cases) and 120 controls at the age of 12 (T12), 15 (T15), 18 (T18), and 21 (T21) years. In the treated group, T12 reflected the start of orthodontic treatment and T15 the end of active treatment and the start of retention phase with bonded retainers. Independent t-tests, Fisher's exact tests and a fitted two-part hurdle model were used to identify the effect of orthodontic treatment/retention on recessions. Results The proportion of subjects with recessions was consistently higher in cases than controls. Overall, the odds ratio for orthodontic patients as compared with controls to have recessions is 4.48 (p

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KW - periodontal disease

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KW - MOVEMENT

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