Vestibular-oral size of teeth in boys and girls with orthognathic bite depending on the shape of head and type of face


  • A.A. Glushak
Keywords: adolescents, head shape, face type, orthognathic bite, vestibular-oral tooth size, sex differences

Abstract

In this article describes the features of the vestibular-oral dental dimensions of the upper and lower jaws in boys and girls with orthognathic bite depending on the shape of the head and face type. In boys with orthognathic bite with different head shape statistically significant, or trends to differences in vestibular-oral dental size set mainly for incisors of mandibular and lateral incisors and first large molar teeth of upper jaw; and with different types of face - for lateral incisors and canines of the upper jaw. In girls with orthognathic bite with different head shape statistically significant differences or trends to differences in vestibular-oral dental sizes set mostly only for lateral maxillary incisors; and with different types of face - for lateral maxillary incisors and small molar and first large molar tooth upper (more pronounced) and lower jaw. In adolescents with a different form of head and different types of face set pronounced sex differences (higher values in boys) of vestibular-oral dental sizes.

Published
2017-09-29
How to Cite
Glushak, A. (2017). Vestibular-oral size of teeth in boys and girls with orthognathic bite depending on the shape of head and type of face. Reports of Vinnytsia National Medical University, 19(1), 37-43. Retrieved from https://reports-vnmedical.com.ua/index.php/journal/article/view/160