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A cephalometric analysis of Class II dentate subjects to establish a formula to determine the occlusal plane in Class II edentate subjects: A neo adjunct

Nikita Sinha; K Mahendranadh Reddy; Nidhi Gupta; YM Shastry;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2017 Journal: The Journal of Indian Prosthodontic Society, volume 17, page 226 (issn: 0972-4052, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Medknow
Purpose: Occlusal plane (OP) differs considerably in participants with skeletal Class I and Class II participants. In this study, cephalometrics has been used to help in the determination of orientation of the OP utilizing the nonresorbable bony anatomic landmarks in skeletal Class II participants and an attempt has been made to predict and examine the OP in individuals with skeletal class II jaw relationship. Materials and Methods: One hundred dentulous participants with skeletal Class II malocclusion who came to the hospital for correcting their jaw relationship participated in the study. Their right lateral cephalogram was taken using standardized procedures,...
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free text keywords: Original Article, Cephalometrics, pterygoid vertical, reference frames, Correlation coefficient, Orthodontics, Mathematics, Malocclusion, medicine.disease, medicine, Cephalometric analysis, Linear regression, Occlusal plane, Correlation, Statistical analysis, Cephalogram, lcsh:Dentistry, lcsh:RK1-715
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