MODELS OF INDIVIDUAL LINEAR DIMENSIONS NEEDED TO BUILD THE CORRECT FORM OF THE DENTAL ARCH IN BOYS AND GIRLS WITH DIFFERENT HEAD SHAPE

A.A. GLUSHAK, I.V GUNAS

Abstract


Summary. Found that in 86.7% of boys and 83.3% of girls with different craniotypes with orthognathic bite built significant regression models of individual sizes needed to build the correct form of dental arch, depending on the characteristics of the linear dimensions of the teeth of the upper and lower jaw. In most cases, the coefficient of determination R2 has the highest value in boys and girls mesaticephalic (respectively R2 = 0,877-0,977 and 0,9340,951). In boys and girls mesa- and brachycephalic most often to the models includes vertical dimensions of the teeth (respectively in boys 59.3, 60.0% and 64.0, 40.0% in girls); in boys hyperbrachycephalic – vestibular-oral dental dimensions (42.9%) and in girls hyperbrachycephalic – mesiodistal size of teeth (42.5%).

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