O T Hunt
Affiliation: Queen's University Belfast
- The psychosocial effects of cleft lip and palate: a systematic reviewOrlagh Hunt
Orthodontic Division, School of Dentistry, Queen s University Belfast, Grosvenor Road, Belfast BT12 6BP, Northern Ireland, UK
Eur J Orthod 27:274-85. 2005..However, the studies lack the uniformity and consistency required to adequately summarize the psychosocial problems resulting from CLP...
- Psychological status of patients referred for orthognathic correction of skeletal II and III discrepanciesDonald J Burden
Department of Orthodontics, School of Medicine, Dentistry and Biomedical Science, Queen s University, Belfast, Northern Ireland
Angle Orthod 80:43-8. 2010..To establish the extent of psychological problems among patients who require orthognathic treatment...
- The psychosocial impact of orthognathic surgery: a systematic reviewO T Hunt
Department of Orthodontics, School of Dentistry, Queen s University, Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK
Am J Orthod Dentofacial Orthop 120:490-7. 2001..However, there were wide variations in the study designs and a lack of uniformity in measuring the psychosocial constructs. This made it difficult to quantify the extent and the duration of the psychosocial benefits...
- Parent reports of the psychosocial functioning of children with cleft lip and/or palateOrlagh Hunt
School of Dentistry, Queen s University Belfast, Northern Ireland
Cleft Palate Craniofac J 44:304-11. 2007..Participants: One hundred twenty-nine parents of children with CLP and 96 parents of children without CLP participated in this cross-sectional study...
- Self-reports of psychosocial functioning among children and young adults with cleft lip and palateOrlagh Hunt
School of Dentistry, Queen s University Belfast, Belfast, Northern Ireland
Cleft Palate Craniofac J 43:598-605. 2006..A cross-sectional study was employed to determine the psychosocial effects of cleft lip and/or palate among children and young adults, compared with a control group of children and young adults without cleft lip and palate...
- Patient anxiety and IV sedation in Northern IrelandO Hunt
Centre for Dental Education, School of Medicine, Dentistry and Biomedical Sciences, Queen s University Belfast, Grosvenor Road, Belfast BT12 6BP
Br Dent J 210:575-9. 2011..However, there are no guidelines to aid the dental practitioner in assessing the patient's need for sedation based on their level of anxiety...
- The influence of mandibular prominence on facial attractivenessChris Johnston
Orthodontic Division, Oral Healthcare Research Centre, School of Clinical Dentistry, Northern Ireland, UK
Eur J Orthod 27:129-33. 2005..At 10 degrees below the normal SNB (Class II), 74 per cent of the sample would elect to have treatment, while 78 per cent would elect to have treatment at 10 degrees above the normal SNB (Class III)...
- Self-perception of dentofacial attractiveness among patients requiring orthognathic surgeryChris Johnston
Department of Orthodontics, Queen s University, Belfast, Northern Ireland
Angle Orthod 80:361-6. 2010..To test the hypothesis that the self-perception of dental and facial attractiveness among patients requiring orthognathic surgery is no different from that of control patients...
- The Aesthetic Component of the Index of Orthodontic Treatment Need validated against lay opinionOrlagh Hunt
Division of Orthodontics, School of Dentistry, Queen s University of Belfast, Royal Victoria Hospital, Grosvenor Road, Belfast BT12 6BP, UK
Eur J Orthod 24:53-9. 2002..The results indicate that when using the AC of the IOTN the 'no need for treatment' category should be grades 1-3 of the AC, rather than grades 1-4...
- The influence of maxillary gingival exposure on dental attractiveness ratingsOrlagh Hunt
Division of Orthodontics, Queen s University Belfast, Northern Ireland
Eur J Orthod 24:199-204. 2002..Linear regression analysis revealed that those students who had received orthodontic treatment rated the photographs representing the female student as more attractive than those representing the male (P < 0.05)...