from The Century Dictionary.
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- adjective Orthognathous.
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For me 1987 is the year Arnold Schwarzenegger took the war on illegal immigration (extraterrestrial) south of the border in Predator; the year The Bangles were still making pyramids of money with Walk Like An Egyptian; and the year I had orthognathic surgery to correct a jaw misalignment and returned back to university.
Unquestionable case for appliances and possible follow-up orthognathic surgery.
The study programme provides a sound academic basis for orthodontic practice with academic and practical teaching that covers all aspects of orthodontics diagnosis and care including normal development; growth modification; fixed, functional and retaining appliances and the biological principles of orthodontic tooth movement, as well as multidisciplinary treatment involving orthognathic surgery and restorative dentistry.
We introduce a hypothesis which presumes that damage to the vomeronasal organ during a Le Fort I osteotomy of the maxilla for the purpose of orthognathic surgical treatment of congenital or acquired jaw deformities affects the patient's social life in terms of the selection of mates and establishment of relationships.
The anatomy of H. sapiens is charac - (1991), Harrison (1993), Rak (1993) and terized by a high round cranium, a chin, a Stringer (1994, 1996) that there are grounds small orthognathic face, as well as reduced for distinguishing '' archaic '' from '' modern '' masticatory apparatus and brow ridges.
A 21 year old had orthognathic surgery and died 10 hours later of an allergic reaction to a medication.