Correlation of linear sizes necessary for construction of the correct form of dental arch with odontometric and cephalometric parameters of girls with orthognathic bite


  • А.V. Маrchenko
Keywords: girls with orthognathic bite, correlations, computed tomography, transversal dimensions of the upper and lower jaw, sagittal characteristics of the dental arch, odontometric and cephalometric indices

Abstract

The article describes and analyzes the correlation of computer-tomographic characteristics of dental arcs with odontometric and cephalometric indices of girls with orthognathic bite. The largest number of reliable correlations of the size of the teeth with transversal dimensions of the upper and lower jaw are established with the width of the dentin-enamel border in mesiodistal (31.9%) and vestibule-tongue (29.2%) directions, and with mesiodistal (29.2%) and vestibule-tongue (25,0%) size of crowns of teeth; with parameters of the maxillary dental arch in the sagittal plane - 77.8% with the width of the dentin-enamel border in the mesiodistal and 72.2% in the vestibule-tongue directions, 72.2% with mesiodistal, and 55.6% with vestibule-tongue crowns of teeth and 33.3% with the length of the root in the vestibule-tongue and mesiodistal projections; with the parameters of the maxillary dental arc in the vertical plane there is a completely different distribution - the greatest number of correlations is established only with the width of the dentin-enamel border in the mesiodistal direction (11.1%). In the analysis of reliable correlations of cephalometric indices in the general groups of girls, their largest number was determined with the transversal dimensions of the upper and lower jaw (16.2%), 9.5% with the parameters of the maxillary artery in the vertical plane and only 2.9% with the parameters of the maxillary dental arcs in the sagittal plane.

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Published
2017-10-27
How to Cite
МаrchenkoА. (2017). Correlation of linear sizes necessary for construction of the correct form of dental arch with odontometric and cephalometric parameters of girls with orthognathic bite. Reports of Morphology, 23(2), 273-278. Retrieved from https://morphology-journal.com/index.php/journal/article/view/64
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ANTROPOLOGICAL STUDIES