Kalasandhya Vanjari

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BACKGROUND Accurate prediction of the mesiodistal widths (MDWs) of canines and premolars in children with primary dentition facilitates interception of malocclusion at an early age. Boston University (BU) approach is one, i.e., based on primary teeth for predicting canine and premolar dimensions. AIM To predict the canine and premolar dimensions, in the(More)
AIMS To suggest the best predictor/s for determining the mesio-distal widths (MDWs) of canines (C) and premolars (Ps), and propose regression equation/s for hitherto unreported population. METHODS Impressions of maxillary and mandibular arches were made for 201 children (100 boys and 101 girls; age range: 11-15 years) who met the inclusion criteria and(More)
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