Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Orthodontic management


ORTHODONTIC MANAGEMENT OF IMPACTED CANINE-A REVIEW

Dr.Harini R; Dr. , Gnanashanmugam; Dr.Kannan Sabapathy

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 1715-1721

Canine plays an important role in esthetics, being corner tooth of mouth and function deserves special attention, therefore its impaction to be properly diagnosed and managed is essential. The dental professions has always had interest towards resolving this malocclusion. The orthodontists and surgeons have played an important rule and are proved successful in treating them. This article reviews prevalence, classification diagnosis, and treatment modalities in the management of impacted maxillary canines

GINGIVAL RECESSION IN DISIMPACTED CANINES - A RETROSPECTIVE STUDY

Oviya. V. J; Srirengalakshmi .; Deepa Gurunathan

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 2095-2103

Multidisciplinary management is essential when the canine fails to erupt on time. This requires combined surgical and orthodontic intervention. Good periodontal status is necessary for the positive outcome of treatment. Hence the objective of this study was to evaluate the incidence of gingival recession in disimpacted canines. A retrospective study was conducted. Data collection was done through reviewing 86000 patients who had visited a hospital in Chennai from June(2019) to March(2020). A total of 6 patients who had undergone disimpaction of canine were evaluated. Data such as age, gender, site of impaction, presence of gingival recession were noted. The data was analysed statistically through IBM SPSS software. The study group belonged to the age group ranging 13-21. Disimpaction was performed higher among males(66.6%) compared to females. Among the samples, about 57.14% of canines were palatally impacted. No gingival recession was seen in the study sample. The incidence of gingival recession in the disimpacted canines was not statistically significant and did not reach clinical significance due to very less sample size.