Relations line a rindicators of upper jaw with the characteristics of the locking plane, teeth location and profiles of face soft tissue in boys and girls


  • M. O. Dmitriev
Keywords: boys, girls, linear indicators of the upper jaw, characteristics of the closure plane, characteristics of the position of the teeth, profile of facial soft tissues

Abstract

In the article features of connections of linear indexes of the upper jaw with the characteristics of the closure plane, the position of the teeth and the profile of soft facial tissues in boys and girls with physiological bite are described. In boys, for all linear indicators of the upper jaw set feedback with most of the characteristics of the closure plane and the angle Mand1_MeIm and straight with vestibule-tongue tilt of 41 and 45 teeth, with angles 1l_MeGo, IMPA and Mand1_MeIm; and for the length of the upper jaw and the distance PN_A, set feedback loops with the distance 1u_NA and nasolabial angle and straight with a vestibule-tongue tilt of 42 and 43 tooth, a 45-tooth rotation, with a 1l_DOP angle, a thickness of the upper lip and soft tissue of chin, the depth of the nasolabial fold. In girls, only for the length of the upper jaw and the distance PN_A set reverse connections with the rotation of the 44 tooth, the inter-incisive angle on CPKT, the inter-incisive and Mand1_MeIm angles, the distance 1u_NA, and the straight - with the angle of inclination of the upper incisive in the jib plane and the Mand1_NB angle.

Published
2017-03-31
How to Cite
Dmitriev, M. O. (2017). Relations line a rindicators of upper jaw with the characteristics of the locking plane, teeth location and profiles of face soft tissue in boys and girls. Biomedical and Biosocial Anthropology, (28), 95-101. Retrieved from https://bba-journal.com/index.php/journal/article/view/242