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The Indian Dental Academy is the Leader in continuing dental education , training dentists in all aspects of dentistry and offering a wide range of dental certified courses in different formats.

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  • Integument is derived from the Latin word "integumentum", which literally means "a covering". As a general term in biology the word "integument" refers most commonly to the natural covering of an organism or an organ, such as its skin, husk, shell, or rind and then onwards determines HOMEOSTASIS and the MORPHOLOGICAL GROWTH of underlying structures.YES it follows the underlying skeleton pattern, but initially it determines the underlying skeleton pattern growth and developmentand laterit adopts itself in camouflaging according to the DETERINANTS of the same (growth and development)
  • Integument is derived from the Latin word "integumentum", which literally means "a covering". As a general term in biology the word "integument" refers most commonly to the natural covering of an organism or an organ, such as its skin, husk, shell, or rind and then onwards determines HOMEOSTASIS and the MORPHOLOGICAL GROWTH of underlying structures.YES it follows the underlying skeleton pattern, but initially it determines the underlying skeleton pattern growth and developmentand laterit adopts itself in camouflaging according to the DETERINANTS of the same (growth and development)
  • As There exists a strong relationship between nasal morphology and maxillary skeletal pattern. It is essential to have a knowledge about this relationship for proper orthodontic diagnosis and treatment planning. Therefore the primary purpose of this study was to

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  • 1. NASAL INTEGUMENT - AN INDICATOR OF MAXILLARY SKELETAL PATTERN INDIAN DENTAL ACADEMY Leader in continuing dental education www.indiandentalacademy.com WWW.INDIANDENTALACADEMY.COM
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  • 3. INTRODUCTION FACIAL SKELETON WWW.INDIANDENTALACADEMY.COM FACIAL INTEGUMENT
  • 4.  Importance of integument  Will integument follow underlying skeleton pattern? WWW.INDIANDENTALACADEMY.COM
  • 5. ANATOMY OF MAXILLA WWW.INDIANDENTALACADEMY.COM
  • 6. RIGHT AND LEFT MAXILLA WWW.INDIANDENTALACADEMY.COM
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  • 8.  NASAL ANATOMY WWW.INDIANDENTALACADEMY.COM
  • 9. EXTERNAL MORPHOLOGY WWW.INDIANDENTALACADEMY.COM
  • 10. COLUMELLA ALAE WWW.INDIANDENTALACADEMY.COM
  • 11. INTERNAL MORPHOLOGY[SKELETAL] WWW.INDIANDENTALACADEMY.COM
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  • 13.  NASAL PARAMETERS WWW.INDIANDENTALACADEMY.COM
  • 14. NASAL LENGTH WWW.INDIANDENTALACADEMY.COM NASAL PROJECTION
  • 15. NASOLABIAL ANGLE WWW.INDIANDENTALACADEMY.COM
  • 16. GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT WWW.INDIANDENTALACADEMY.COM
  • 17.  NASAL INTEGUMENT AS AN INDICATOR OF MAXILLARY SKELETAL PATTERN WWW.INDIANDENTALACADEMY.COM
  • 18. AIMS AND OBJECTIVES  Evaluate nasal morphology in sagittal and vertical maxillary excess.  Evaluate nasal morphology in sagittal and vertical maxillary deficiency.  To correlate the nasal morphology to class II skeletal and class III skeletal patterns. WWW.INDIANDENTALACADEMY.COM
  • 19. MATERIALS AND METHODS  DATA PRESENTATION  Pretreatment lateral cephalometric radiographs of 40 patients / 4 sub groups  10 Patients Sagittal Maxillary Deficiency  10 Patients Sagittal Maxillary Excess  10 Patients Vertical Maxillary Deficiency  10 Patients Vertical Maxillary Excess 5Male and 5Female in each subgroup WWW.INDIANDENTALACADEMY.COM
  • 20. SOURCE OF SAMPLE  Pretreatment lateral cephalometric radiographs of Sample selected from the patients who are visiting department of orthodontics at Narayana dental college. WWW.INDIANDENTALACADEMY.COM
  • 21.  INCLUSION CRITERIA 1. AGE > 18 Years for both Male and Female samples  EXCLUSION CRITERIA 1. Prior history of Orthodontic treatment 2. History of Trauma or Surgery to Facial region WWW.INDIANDENTALACADEMY.COM
  • 22. . . Vertical facial skeletal parameters assessed on lateral cephalogram WWW INDIANDENTALACADEMY COM
  • 23. Soft tissue reference planes and variables used to assess nose on . . lateral cephalogram WWW INDIANDENTALACADEMY COM
  • 24. NORMATIVE VALUES FOR ADULT NASAL PARAMETERS WWW.INDIANDENTALACADEMY.COM
  • 25.  RESULTS WWW.INDIANDENTALACADEMY.COM
  • 26.  SIGNIFICANT CORRELATION WERE SEEN BETWEEN THE FOLLOWING SKELETAL AND SOFT TISSUE NASAL VARIABLES 1.ANTERIOR FACIAL HEIGHT AND NASAL LENGTH AFH NASAL LENGTH 2.ANGLE OF INCLINATION AND NASAL LENGTH - AOI NLTH WWW.INDIANDENTALACADEMY.COM
  • 27. 3.UPPER ANTERIOR FACIAL HEIGHT AND NASAL DEPTH - AFH ND 4.AOI AND NASAL DEPTH AOI ND WWW.INDIANDENTALACADEMY.COM
  • 28. 5.NASOLABIAL ANGLE AND ANTERIOR FACIAL LENGTH AFH NASOLABIAL ANGLE WWW.INDIANDENTALACADEMY.COM
  • 29.  CONVEX NASAL PROFILE IS SEEN IN CLASS II CASES  CONCAVE NASAL PROFILE IS SEEN IN CLASS III CASES  NASAL DEPTH IS INCREASED INCREASED MAXILLARY SAGITTAL DIMENSIONS  NASAL LENGTH INCREASED IN CLASS III SKELETAL PATTERNS WWW.INDIANDENTALACADEMY.COM
  • 30.  WWW.INDIANDENTALACADEMY.COM DISCUSSION
  • 31.  Subtelny [AJO 1959;45:481-507], - first demonstrated downward and forward growth of mandible during maturity. -nose grows more vertically when compared to its growth in sagittal dimension.  Meng etal [AJO1988 ], -Supported the subtelny conclusions WWW.INDIANDENTALACADEMY.COM
  • 32.  Scott [Br.Dent J 1953;95:37-43], - Nasal septum is determinant of midfacial growth  Lathum [J Anat 1970;107:47-78], -nasal septum acted as a starter mechanism ,pulling the premaxillae and maxillae forward via the so called septo-premaxillary ligaments WWW.INDIANDENTALACADEMY.COM
  • 33.  Grymer et al [Rhinology 1997;35: Abstract], - Deficient nasal septum growth along with decreased anteroposterior growth of the maxilla leads to an upward displacement of the anterior part of the maxilla indicating a strong relationship between nasal growth and inclination of the maxillary plane. WWW.INDIANDENTALACADEMY.COM
  • 34.  Robinson et al [AJO 1986;89:499-506], -Their cephalometric study on the relationship between skeletal facial pattern and soft tissue nasal form concluded that nasal shape followed the underlying skeletal pattern very closely in the sagittal dimension. WWW.INDIANDENTALACADEMY.COM
  • 35.  Peter H. Buschang [JCO 1992;26:111-118], -Horizontal growth at pr and sn is closely associated with horizontal growth at ANS and A POINT WWW.INDIANDENTALACADEMY.COM
  • 36. CONCLUSION WWW.INDIANDENTALACADEMY.COM
  • 37. -Nasal length was seen to be significantly correlated to upper anterior facial height and inclination of palatal plane. -An upturned nose in an adult individual was significantly correlated with anti-clockwise rotation of maxilla. WWW.INDIANDENTALACADEMY.COM
  • 38. -SIgnificant correlation is present between nasal projection and nasal length with sagittal maxillary dimensions. WWW.INDIANDENTALACADEMY.COM
  • 39.  Growth and development of any structure will occur in three dimensions of space simultaneously and the overlying integument adapts in three dimensions.so,its wise to understand the concept in three dimensions of space than analyzing in one or two dimensions. WWW.INDIANDENTALACADEMY.COM
  • 40. Thank you For more details please visit www.indiandentalacademy.com WWW.INDIANDENTALACADEMY.COM