Craniofacial Morphologic Variations and Its Association with Hypodontia Pattern ( Anterior ) in South Indian Female Population

@inproceedings{Kumar2013CraniofacialMV,
  title={Craniofacial Morphologic Variations and Its Association with Hypodontia Pattern ( Anterior ) in South Indian Female Population},
  author={Samineni Kishore Kumar and A. V. Vidhya Lakshmi and S. Namita and Malathy Elumalai},
  year={2013}
}
The aim of this study was to survey the association of congenitally missing anterior tooth and variations in craniofacial morphology in South Indian female patients. A total of 15 female patients with congenitally missing tooth in the maxillary anterior region were selected. 16 linear and 6 angular measurements were done on the lateral cephalograms of each subject with Legan and Burstone analysis. The cephalometric data was statistically analyzed and compared among each patient and against the… CONTINUE READING

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