An occlusal and cephalometric study of children with ankylosis of primary molars

K. Kula, B. M. Tatum, D. Owen, R. J. Smith, J. Rule

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Abstract

An occlusal and cephalometric study of children with ankylosis of primary molars was undertaken to determine whether ankylosis was associated with such abnormalities as dental aplasia, crossbite, and variant vertical and sigattal growth of the dental-craniofacial complex. The most commonly ankylosed tooth was the mandibular first primary molar. Children with ankylosis of primary molars exhibited a higher frequency of dental aplasia and crossbites than reported in the general population. Female Caucasians exhibited significantly smaller SNA values than standards. In general, females tended to have relatively retruded maxillas, larger anterior faces as compared to posterior faces and more lingually inclined incisors than standards.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationJournal of Pedodontics
Pages146-159
Number of pages14
Volume8
Edition2
StatePublished - 1984
Externally publishedYes

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Cephalometry
Ankylosis
Tooth
Malocclusion
Maxilla
Incisor
Growth
Population

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Kula, K., Tatum, B. M., Owen, D., Smith, R. J., & Rule, J. (1984). An occlusal and cephalometric study of children with ankylosis of primary molars. In Journal of Pedodontics (2 ed., Vol. 8, pp. 146-159)

An occlusal and cephalometric study of children with ankylosis of primary molars. / Kula, K.; Tatum, B. M.; Owen, D.; Smith, R. J.; Rule, J.

Journal of Pedodontics. Vol. 8 2. ed. 1984. p. 146-159.

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Kula, K, Tatum, BM, Owen, D, Smith, RJ & Rule, J 1984, An occlusal and cephalometric study of children with ankylosis of primary molars. in Journal of Pedodontics. 2 edn, vol. 8, pp. 146-159.
Kula K, Tatum BM, Owen D, Smith RJ, Rule J. An occlusal and cephalometric study of children with ankylosis of primary molars. In Journal of Pedodontics. 2 ed. Vol. 8. 1984. p. 146-159
Kula, K. ; Tatum, B. M. ; Owen, D. ; Smith, R. J. ; Rule, J. / An occlusal and cephalometric study of children with ankylosis of primary molars. Journal of Pedodontics. Vol. 8 2. ed. 1984. pp. 146-159
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