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These measurements include the angle of the mandibular plane, the angle of the mandibular arch, lower facial height, the angle of facial depth, and the angle of the facial axis.
OSAS patients tended to have a posteriorly positioned and posteriorly rotated mandible with a higher gonial angle, a longer lower facial height, a greater mandibular plane angle, and a moderately retracted chin.
Patients with minimal crowding, deep overbites, retrusive incisors, decreased anterior lower facial height and flat mandibular plane angles are usually best treated with a non-extraction approach.