EVALUATION OF CORRELATION FOR ALL 4 EXTRACTIONS IN ORTHODONTIC PRACTICE IN CASE OF DISHED IN FACES: AN ORIGINAL RESEARCH
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 11, Pages 6599-6605
AbstractAim: Purpose of our research was to assess the outcome as well as correlation after extraction of four premolar teeth for orthodontic treatment and will it result in dished in facial profile. Methodology: Pretreatment and posttreatment records of 73 patients were chosen at random from completed cases in the practice of one experienced orthodontist. Eighteen involved the extraction of upper first premolars, and 55 involved the extraction of upper second premolars. Of these 55, 29 involved the extraction of upper first premolars and 26 involved the extraction of upper second premolars. In the upper first premolar group, however, all 18 involved the extraction of upper first premolars. Pretreatment factors that recommended a foundation for the extraction
option in this group of patients who had incisal overjet, molar relationship, and fundamental upright facial outline.
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