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On the importance of oral respiration for the origin of dysgnathias with particular regard to diseases of the respiratory tract

Stomatologie der DDR 37(1): 25-30

On the importance of oral respiration for the origin of dysgnathias with particular regard to diseases of the respiratory tract

The result of mouthbreathing by pathogenesis of malocclusions isn't detected. To answer of this question we have observed 256 children with chronic bronchitis in comparison with 100 health children. The result shows only an increase of forebite in "habitual" mouthbreathing. The priority in compelx of causes have the morphology and myofunction independent of respiration type.

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