Fazal Shahid

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OBJECTIVE The prime aim of the study was to measure and compare the 3D CBCT Bolton tooth size ratio in relation to the upper and lower arch widths, arch length and arch perimeter. MATERIALS AND METHODS The data source was CBCT high volumetric data from the archives. Tooth size, arch widths, arch length and arch perimeter were measured in maxilla and(More)
OBJECTIVE The primary aim of the study was to generate new prediction equations for the estimation of maxillary and mandibular canine and premolar widths based on mandibular incisors and first permanent molar widths. METHODS A total of 2,340 calculations (768 based on the sum of mandibular incisor and first permanent molar widths, and 1,572 based on the(More)
INTRODUCTION In orthodontic treatment, three-dimensional (3D) dental casts has a significant role in diagnosis and treatment planning. The aim of this study was to evaluate Pont's index predictability in orthodontics. MATERIALS AND METHODS Premolar arch width, molar arch width and mesiodistal width of the maxillary incisors were measured(More)
Skeletal class II has always been a challenge in orthodontics and often needs assistance of surgical orthodontics in nongrowing patients when it presents with severe discrepancy. Difficulty increases more when vertical dysplasia is also associated with sagittal discrepancy. The advent of mini implants in orthodontics has broadened the spectrum of camouflage(More)
Melancholy with dento-facial appearance is the main reason for seeking orthodontic treatment. Growth modification is difficult to achieve in skeletally mature patients thus it is very common challenge for the orthodontics to treat such subject without camouflage therapy. In skeletally mature subjects the treatment only depends on tooth movement, the desired(More)
OBJECTIVE Comprehensive diagnosis and treatment planning are essential in a successful orthodontic practice. The purpose of this study is to determine and compare intermaxillary tooth size discrepancy (IMTSD) using traditional digital caliper (DC) measurement on plaster dental models and stereomicroscopic digital dental models (SM). MATERIALS AND METHODS(More)
OBJECTIVE To determine and compare the cephalometric values among Pakistani males and females using commonly used sagittal skeletal measurements (ANB, Wits appraisal, Beta-angle) and newly developed cephalometric analyses (Yen-angle and W-angle). STUDY DESIGN Observational, cross-sectional study. PLACE AND DURATION OF STUDY Orthodontic Department of(More)
AIM This analysis was aimed to determine the mesiodistal tooth width of human teeth and to compare with the measurements on plaster model in a Bangladeshi population. MATERIALS AND METHODS The samples of 2,892 teeth of Bangladeshi subjects were collected for this purpose. This article presents mesiodistal tooth width measurements made on all types of(More)
OBJECTIVE To investigate the maxillary and mandibular anterior crown width/height ratio and its relation to various arch perimeters, arch length, and arch width (intercanine, interpremolar, and intermolar) groups. MATERIALS AND METHODS The calculated sample size was 128 subjects. The crown width/height, arch length, arch perimeter, and arch width of the(More)
Aims: For the orthodontic treatment of the complex cases, the interdisciplinary team work is of utmost importance, which leads to the predictable outcome with excellent treatment. The prime aim of this rare case report is to demonstrate the combined orthodontic-surgical-endodonticprosthodontic interdisciplinary management. Case Study Alam et al.; BJMMR,(More)
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