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Do we get better outcomes from early treatment of Class III discrepancies? / DiBiase, Andrew T.; Seehra, Jadbinder; Papageorgiou, Spyridon N. et al.

In: British Dental Journal, Vol. 233, No. 3, 12.08.2022, p. 197-201.

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DiBiase, AT, Seehra, J, Papageorgiou, SN & Cobourne, MT 2022, 'Do we get better outcomes from early treatment of Class III discrepancies?', British Dental Journal, vol. 233, no. 3, pp. 197-201. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41415-022-4507-0

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DiBiase, A. T., Seehra, J., Papageorgiou, S. N., & Cobourne, M. T. (2022). Do we get better outcomes from early treatment of Class III discrepancies? British Dental Journal, 233(3), 197-201. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41415-022-4507-0

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DiBiase AT, Seehra J, Papageorgiou SN, Cobourne MT. Do we get better outcomes from early treatment of Class III discrepancies? British Dental Journal. 2022 Aug 12;233(3):197-201. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41415-022-4507-0

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DiBiase, Andrew T. ; Seehra, Jadbinder ; Papageorgiou, Spyridon N. et al. / Do we get better outcomes from early treatment of Class III discrepancies?. In: British Dental Journal. 2022 ; Vol. 233, No. 3. pp. 197-201.

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