Occlusion In Primary Dentition

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Introduction One of the most difficult obligations confronted by a dentist who treats children is, identifying unusual from regular occlusion within primary dentition. The goal of every practitioner who offers dental care for children and youngsters must be to properly check and manage the growing dental occlusion of their patients.[1,2] Occlusion in the primary dentition plays a big position in revealing the space for eruption and occlusion within the succeeding permanent dentition.[3,4] Physiological areas are usually found in primary dentition. Those areas are vital for the alignment of everlasting teeth[5,6] The feature set of abilities of this dentition plays an important role in proper eruption and the position of the succeeding dentition.…show more content…
Malocclusions may be detected at an early level, a malocclusion is described because the imperfect positioning of teeth while the jaws are closed.[7,8] The primary dentition is complete with the eruption of the second primary molars, because of this the area for eruption of the secondary teeth has already been decided at this stage.[9,10] The dental arch circumference that connects the most distal surfaces of the right and left second primary molars have to be preserved for the everlasting dentition after eruption of primary teeth. The relation among the distal surfaces of the maxillary and mandibular second molars is, consequently, one of the most important elements which have an impact at the destiny occlusion of the…show more content…
The patient was assessed if their respective occlusions were flush terminal plane, distal step or mesial step. Results The overall prevalence of the different types of occlusion from children aged 3-5 is respresented in chart 1. On examination of the occlusion relationship mesial step was prevalent in 71% of the population. Flush terminal plane was present in 25% of the population and distal step was present in 4% of the population. Chart 2 represents the comparison of the prevalence of occlusion between male and female. On comparison of results on the basis of gender males had 27% flush terminal plane, 66% mesial step and 6% distal step. Female had 20% flush terminal plane and 80% mesial step. Chart 3 represents the occlusion in children aged 3-4. It shows that the flush terminal plane is present in 20% of the cases. Mesial step is present in 75% of the population and distal step molar relationship was present in 5% of the

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