Prominent publications by Nicole Drinkuth
The Use of MRI Diagnostics in Orthognathic Surgery
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Aim:Occasionally, undesirable post-surgical symptoms of temporomandibular disorder (TMD) and pain have been observed. The aim of this paper is to show how often and to which degree TMJ pathologies occur in orthognathic surgery candidates before surgery, making it recommendable to consider these TMJ pathologies during treatment planning.Patients and Methods:Between 2002 and 2004, Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) of the TMJ were made in 58 randomly chosen orthognathic surgery patients. 69% ...
|Known for Orthognathic Surgery | Resonance Imaging | Temporomandibular Disorder | Male Malocclusion | Class Iii|
Modified Camouflage Therapy in an Adult Class I Patient with TMJ Complaints. A Case Report
[ PUBLICATION ]
The present case report documents the hitherto unusual application of camouflage orthodontics in one of our patients. Our female patient had previously been treated orthodontically alio loco and had also undergone bimaxillary orthognathic surgery. She presented with TMJ complaints, with associated pains. Despite a dental Class I and centrally seated condyles, her discs had prolapsed anteriorly without reduction and she had developed a massive degenerative-inflammatory TMJ disease. ...
|Known for Class Mandibular | Malocclusion Angle | Repositioning Appliance|
Prevalence of class III malocclusion and crossbite among children and adolescents with craniomandibular dysfunction
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Numerous studies have been devoted to the causes of craniomandibular dysfunction (CMD). This investigation addressed the effect of class III malocclusion and crossbite on CMD based on a sample of 115 prepubertal and adolescent patients of both sexes. Although class III malocclusion only accounted for 12.2% of the total sample, thus, being the smallest group, the percentage of crossbite (71.4%) among these patients was disproportionately higher than among the other classes. Of the total ...
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|publication adult angle||#31|
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Nicole Drinkuth:Expert Impact
Concepts for whichNicole Drinkuthhas direct influence:Tmj complaints, Orthognathic surgery, Modified camouflage therapy, Iii malocclusion, Adult class, Class case, Modified camouflage, Camouflage therapy.
Nicole Drinkuth:KOL impact
Concepts related to the work of other authors for whichfor which Nicole Drinkuth has influence:Orthognathic surgery, Temporomandibular joint, Condylar position, Mandibular advancement, Tmds patients, Class malocclusion, Basicranium midline.
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