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  • 2. DefinitionModel analysis is the study of dentalcasts, which helps to study the occlusion& dentition from all three dimensions &analyze the degree & severity ofmalocclusion & to derive the diagnosis &plan for treatment.
  • 3. OBJECTIVES OF IDEAL STUDY MODELSModels accurately reproduce the teeth&their surrounding soft tissue.soft tissue must not be altered.Models should be well finished.
  • 4. ADVANTAGES• They are only three dimensional records of the patient’s dentition.• Occlusion can be visualized from the lingual aspect.• They provide a permanent record of the intermaxillary relationship.• Helps to motivate the patients,as they can visualized the treatment progress.
  • 5. • They are needed for comparison purposes at the end of treatment & act as a reference for post treatment changes.• They serve as reminder for the parent & the patient of the condition present at the start of treatment.• In case the patient has to be transferred to another clinician, study model are an important record.
  • 6. DISADVANTAGES• Most of the studies was done on a specific population & the ratio obtained need not to be applicable to other population groups.• It does not take into account the sexual dimorphism in the teeth.• Does not take skeletal malrelation into consideration.
  • 7. • It may be useful to know the desired maxillary dimension for a case, it is more difficult to achieve corresponding mandibular dimension that are necessary to maintain balanced occlusal relationship.• It does not take account for the relationship of the teeth to the supporting bone, or the difficulties in increasing the mandibular dimensions.
  • 8. USES OF STUDY MODELSAssist & record dental anatomyAssist & record intercuspationAssist & record arch formAssess & record curves of occlusionEvaluate occlusion with the aid of articulatorsMeasure progress during treatmentDetect abnormalitieseg- localized enlargement, distortion of arch formCalculate total space analysesProvide records for the purpose of studyingtreatment procedures & stability
  • 9. Some model analyses are PERMANENT MIXED DENTITION DENTITION ANALYSIS ANALYSIS Pont’s analysis Moyer’s mixed Linder Harth index dentition Korkhaus analysis analysis Ashley Howe’s analysis Wayne A. Bolton analysis Tanaka & johnson Carey’s analysis analysis Arch perimeter analysis Radiographic
  • 11. PONT’S ANALYSISIn 1909 pont presented a method wherebythe mere measurement of four maxillaryincisors automatically established the widthof the arch in the premolar & molar region
  • 12. ProcedureThe greatest width ofincisors is measured withcalipers recorded on a line,& their sums whenrecorded in millimeters this is termed as “sumof incisors” (SI)
  • 13. The distance between the upper right firstpremolar & upper left first premolar (that is thedistal end of the occlusal grove) is recorded &called as “measured premolar value” (MPV)
  • 14. The distance between the upper right firstmolar & upper left first molar (that is themesial pit on the occlusal surface in maxillaryarch ) is recorded & is termed as “measuredmolar value” (MMV)
  • 15. Calculated premolar value (CPV)The expected arch width in the premolarregion is calculated by formula:- SI X 100 80Calculated molar value (MV)the expected arch width in the molar region:- SI X 100 64
  • 16. InferencesDifference between the measured & calculatedvalues determines the needs for expansion1) if measured value is less, expansion is required2) if measured value is more, no need forexpansion
  • 17. DrawbacksMaxillary incisors are the teeth most commonlymissingMaxillary laterals may undergo morphogenetic alterationslike ‘peg’ shaped lateralsDoes not take skeletal malrelationship intoconsiderationAnalysis is derived solely from the French populationIt is v. difficult to achieve corresponding mandibulardimensions that are necessary to maintain a balancedocclusal relationship
  • 18. LINDER HARTHINDEXIt is v. similar to Pont’s analysis however he made avariation in the formula to determine the calculatedpremolar & molar value Calculated premolar value:- SI X 100 85 Calculated molar value:- SI X 100 64
  • 19. KORKHAUS ANALYSISLinder Harth’s formulaThis analysis makes use of the an addition measurement is made from the mid point of the inter-premolar line to a point between the incisal edge of two maxillary incisors “incision”
  • 20. INFERENCESIf distance between interpremolar line to incision is more than the upper incisors are proclined &if decreased value denotes retroclined upper incisors Mandibular value = maxillary value- 2mm
  • 21. ASHLEY HOWE’SANALYSIS Howe’s considered tooth crowding to be due todeficiency in arch width rather than arch lengthHe found a relationship to exist between the totalwidth of mesiodistal diameter of teeth anterior tothe second permanent molar & the width of thedental arch in the first premolar region
  • 22. PROCEDURETTM:- Total Tooth MaterialRefers to sum ofthe mesiodistalwidth of the teethfrom first molar tofirst molar
  • 23. BAL:- Basal Arch Length It is theperpendiculardistance from thetangent drawn onthe distal aspect ofthe first permanentmolar to theanterior limit of thearch
  • 24. PMD:- Premolar Diameterarch width measuredfrom the buccal cusptips of the firstpremolar on one sideto the buccal cusptip on other side
  • 25. PMBAW:-Premolar basal ach Width measured from the root apices of the first premolar on one side to the first premolar on other side
  • 26. Following measures have to be obtained percentage of PMD to TTM PMD X 100 TTM percentage of PMBAW to TTM PMBAW X 100 TTM percentage of BAL to TTM BAL X 100 TTM
  • 27. INFERENCESIf PMBAW > PMD :-indication that basal arch is sufficient to allow expansion of premolarsIf PMD > PMBAW :- can be three possibilities 1) contraindicated for expansion 2) move teeth distally 3) extract some teethIf PMBAW X100 / TTM a) less than 37% require extraction b) if 44% an ideal case extraction not require c) if between 37-44% (border line case) may or may not require extraction
  • 28. WAYNE A. BOLTONANALYSIS Bolton pointed out that the extraction of one tooth or several teeth should be done according to the ratio of tooth material between the maxillary & mandibular arch to get ideal interdigitation, overjet, overbite & alignment of teeth to attain an optimum interarch relationshipBolton’s analysis helps to determine the disproportion between the size of maxillary & mandibular teeth
  • 29. PROCEDUREthe sum of mesiodistal diameter of the12 maxillary teeth & the sum of themesiodistal diameter of the 12mandibular teeth are determined
  • 30. In same manner the sum of 6 maxillary anterior teeth & the sum of 6 mandibular teeth is determined.
  • 31. OVERALL RATIO:- sum of mesiodistal width of mandibular 12 teeth X 100 sum of mesiodistal width of maxillary 12 teeth MEAN = 91.3%ANTERIOR RATIO:- sum of mesiodistal width of mandibular 6 teeth X 100 sum of mesiodistal width of maxillary 6 teeth MEAN = 77.2%
  • 32. INFERENCES:-If the ratio is more than mean value, then the mandibulartooth material is excessiveIf the ratio is less than mean value, then the maxillarytooth material is excessiveBolton prefers to do proximal stripping on the upperarch if the upper anterior tooth material is in excess & extraction of lower incisor, if necessary, to reducetooth material in the lower arch
  • 33. DRAWBACK’Sstudy was done on a specific population & ratioobtained need not be applicable to otherpopulation groupthe analysis doesn’t take into account the sexualdimorphism in the maxillary canine width
  • 34. ARCH PERIMETERANALYSIS Same as Carey’s analysis when carried out in the upper arch
  • 35. CAREY’S ANALYSISthe arch-length-tooth material discrepancy is the maincause for most malocclusion & can be calculated with thehelp of carey’s analysis PROCEDURE:- the arch length is measured anterior to the firstpermanent molar using a soft brass wire the wire is placed touching the mesial aspect of lowerfirst permanent molar, then passed along the buccal cuspsof premolars, incisal edges of the anteriors & finallycontinued the some way upto mesial of the first molar ofthe contra lateral side
  • 36. the brass wire should be passed along the cingulumof anterior teeth if anteriors are proclined & along the labial surface if anteriors areretroclined The mesiodistal width of teeth anterior tofirst molar are measured & summed up as totaltooth material The difference between the arch length & theactual measured tooth material gives thediscrepancy
  • 37. INTERPRETATION If the arch length discrepancy is:-a) 0-2.5mm:- proximal stripping can be carried out to reduce the total tooth materialb) 2.5-5mm:- extraction of second premolar is indicatedc) Greater than 5mm:- extraction of first premolar is usually required
  • 39. The purpose of mixed dentition analysis is to evaluate the amount of space available in the arch for succeeding permanent teeth & necessary occlusal adjustment 2 methods have been suggested:- Those in which the sizes of unerupted cuspids & premolars are estimated from measurements of the radiographic image & those in which the sizes of the cuspids & premolar are derived from knowledge of the sizes of permanent teeth already erupted in the mouth
  • 40. MOYER’S MIXED DENTITION ANALYSISaccording to Moyer a high correlation existsamong the sizes of different groups ofteeth in an individual thus by measuring onegroup of teeth, it is possible to make aprediction of the other group of teeth
  • 41. PROCEDURE measure the mesiodistal width of each of maxillary & mandibular incisor measure the space left from the distal aspect of lateral incisor to mesial aspect of first permanent molar by using Moyer’s chart, find out the mesiodistal width of cuspids & bicuspids for the given sum of mesiodistal width of sum of incisor compare the space available & space required to determine the arch length discrepancy
  • 42. TANAKA & JOHNSON ANALYSISTanaka & johnson did a study to repeat Moyer’sobservation to validate its equation on a new sampleThe possibility of secular changes with in the past20 yrs was to be examined & they found Moyer’sprediction table to be equally appropriate forcontemporary population
  • 43. they have simplified Moyer’s 75% level of prediction table into a formulaPredicted width of maxillary canine & premolar = sum of mandibular incisor +11 2Predicted width of mandibular canine & premolar = sum of mandibular incisor + 10.5 2
  • 44. RADIOGRAPHIC METHOD:- PROPORTIONAL EQUATION PREDICTION METHODIf most of the canines & premolars haveerupted & if one or two succedaneous teethare still unerupted, an alternative predictionmethod can be used to estimate themesiodistal width of the uneruptedpermanent tooth
  • 45. PROCEDUREthe width of an unerupted teeth & an erupted tooth is measured on the same periapical filmthe width of erupted tooth is measured on the plaster cast These three measurements comprise the elements of a proportion that can be solved to obtain the width of unerupted tooth on the cast
  • 46. unerupted tooth width erupted tooth width(cast)unerupted tooth width(in x-ray) erupted tooth width(x ray)unerupted tooth width= ETW(cast) X UTW(x-ray) ETW (x-ray)