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Yehia Mostafa

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Name : Yehia Mostafa
Title: Professor
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Personal Info: Professor Yehya earned the BDS degre with honor from Cairo University, both the MS (Orthodontics) and PhD (Bone biology and orthodontics) degrees from Marquette University, and the FDSRCSEd from the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. View More...


Certificate Major University Year
PhD Dental Surgery Royal College of Surgeons 2006
PhD Double majors: Bone Biology and Orthodontics Marquette University 1981
Dentistry American Dental Association 1980
Masters Orthodontics Marquette University 1978
Orthodontics Marquette University 1978
Bachelor Faculty of Oral and Dental Medicine Cairo University 1973

Researches /Publications

Is maxillary expansion effective in treatment of obstructive sleep apnoea syndrome? A systematic review of systematic reviews

Yehya Ahmed Abdelaziz Mostafa

Mohamed Abd El-Ghafour; Amira Ahmed Aboalnaga



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Skeletal maturation in different anteroposterior and vertical skeletal growth patterns in female subjects

Yehya Ahmed Abdelaziz Mostafa

Mostafa M. El-Dawlatly; Ahmed Y. Abdelghaffar; Juan Martin Palomo



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Evaluation of the Effects of One versus 4 Weeks Activation Intervals on the Rate of Orthodontic Tooth Movement: An Experimental Study

Yehya Ahmed Abdelaziz Mostafa

Mahmoud Elseidy, Sammah S. Mehanni, Fouad A. El-Sharaby


Objectives: To evaluate the effects of one versus four weeks reactivation of the elastomeric chain on the rate of orthodontic tooth movement (OTM) and supporting structures.

Methods: The 3rd maxillary premolars of 8 male mongrel dogs were extracted. Custom made appliance was constructed so that the 2nd premolars were allowed to slide bodily. An elastomeric chain with calibrated force of 150g was attached to the hooks of soldered tubes on the 2nd premolar’s crowns. The sample was divided into two groups based on the interval of reactivation of the elastomeric chains used for tooth movement where in group I activation was scheduled every one week versus four weeks in group II. Measurements of the amount and rate of OTM were performed every week for 12 weeks using digital caliper. The animals were then sacrificed and specimens were prepared for decalcified histological examination using Hematoxylin and Eosin stains under light microscope.

Results: No remarkable difference in the rate of OTM between the two groups was reported. The total amount of tooth movement in group I was 1.44mm ± 0.5 compared to 1.46mm ± 0.6 in group II. Histological examination revealed a more favorable tissue reaction associated with 4 weeks reactivation as regards the new formed bone, root resorption and periodontal ligament structure.

Conclusion: Altering the reactivation interval of the elastomeric chains from four to one week doesn’t have a significant impact on the rate of OTM. However, four weeks reactivation interval showed a more favorable tissue reaction associated with orthodontic tooth movement.

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Unusual Extraction Combinations in Patients with Impacted Maxillary Canines

Yehya Ahmed Abdelaziz Mostafa



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Mandibular Skeletal Changes Following Orthodontic Treatment of an Adult Case with Class II Division 2 Malocclusion.

Yehya Ahmed Abdelaziz Mostafa

Mostafa M El-Dawlatly


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Accuracy of Orthodontic 3D Printed Retainers versus Thermoformed Retainers.

Yehya Ahmed Abdelaziz Mostafa

Ahmed A. Nasef, Faten Hussein Kamel Eid


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Four curious cases of cone-beam computed tomography.

Yehya Ahmed Abdelaziz Mostafa

Amr Ragab El-Beialy, Gihan A.Omar, Mona Salah Fayed.


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Award Donor Date
Certificate of Merit College de La Salle 1992

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