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Chapter 10.

Bone physiology, metabolism and biomechanics in Orthodontic practice.

Erica Hattori

on 19 September 2014

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Transcript of Chapter 10.

UNAM. Orthodontic Department.
Chapter 10. Bone Physiology, metabolism, and biomechanics in Orthodontic Practice.
The human genome contains genes to pattern the structure of only half of the body.
The contraside is a mirror image.
The first decidous molar stablish a functional occlusion.
A soft diet decreases the rate of palatal expression during the growing years.

Modeling and Remodeling
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