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  • 1. Questionnaire/ Interview • Chief complaint: find out what is important Orthodontic Diagnosis and to the patient Treatment Planning g y • Medical and dental history • Physical growth evaluation – Growth charts Tsung-Ju Hsieh, DDS, MSD – Signs of sexual maturation – Clothes size changes – Hand and wrist radiographs 1 2 Questionnaire/ Interview Interview• Social and behavioral evaluation • Why is this patient seeking treatment, and – Motivation: external and internal why now? – Patients’ expectations Patients – Chief complaint, motivation – Cooperation • What does he or she expect to happen as a • Benefit vs. requirement result of treatment? • Parental control – Internal/ external motivation, expectation 3 4 Interview Clinical evaluation• How did things get to be the way they are • Evaluation of oral health – Medical and/ or dental history, etiology • Evaluation of jaw and occlusal function• What if anything is likely to change in the – Mastication near future? – Speech – Medical condition, growth status – TMJ 5 6 1
  • 2. Clinical evaluation • Evaluation of facial proportion – Assessment of developmental age • Chronologic vs. maturational age: 12-year-old looks g g y 15 or 15-year-old looks 12 – Facial esthetics vs. Facial proportions – Frontal examinations7 89 10 Clinical evaluation • Profile analysis – Jaw proportionately positioned in the A-P plane of space p – Lip posture and incisor prominence – Vertical facial proportions and mandibular plane angle11 12 2
  • 3. 13 14 Clinical Evaluation Vertical Facial Proportion• Profile Analysis – Evaluation of lip posture and incisor prominence p • Bimaxillary dentoalveolar protrusion • Lip incompetence 15 16 Clinical Evaluation Diagnostic records • Profile analysis • Purpose: – Evaluation of vertical facial – Document a starting point for treatment p p proportions and mandibular – Add information gathered clinical examination plane angle • Steep: long anterior facial height/ open bites • Flat: short anterior facial height/ deep bites 17 18 3
  • 4. Diagnostic Records Diagnostic Records• Three major categories: • Records for evaluation of the teeth and oral – Records for evaluation of the teeth and oral structures structures – Intraoral photographs – Records for occlusal evaluation – Panoramic radiographs – Records for evaluation of facial and jaw • Periapical and bitewing radiographs proportions 19 20 Diagnostic Records Space analysis• Records for occlusal evaluation – Symmetry – Space analysis – Tooth size discrepancy 21 22 Curve of Spee • Depth of Curve of Spee - Unilateral measurement of the deepest curve of Spee on the mandibular cast. This is defined as a vertical measurement (millimeters) from a i l ( illi )f horizontal plane resting on the most distal- buccal molar cusp tip and the ipsilateral central incisor edge to the most gingivally positioned premolar or deciduous molar buccal cusp tip. 23 24 4
  • 5. Enough room? 25 26 Mixed dentition space analysis• Measurement of the teeth on radiographs• Estimation from proportionality tables – Moyers; Tanaka and Johnston •Distorted image of canine on radiograph• Combination of radiographic and prediction table methods – Staley & Kerber 27 28 Tanaka and Johnston prediction Moyer’s prediction table values m=• The M-D width of the lower incisors is measured and this number is used to predict the size of both the lower and upper unerupted canines and premolars. 29 30 5
  • 6. Hixon and Oldfather prediction Hixon and Oldfather prediction graph graph• Combination of radiographic and prediction table methods• Only for mandibular arch• Measure the width of #25, 26 from the cast• Measure the width of unerupted #28, 29 from the radiograph• Sum of the above 2 and look up the graph for the total width of unerupted canines and premolars (#27,28,29) 31 32 Comparison Diagnostic Records• Hixon and Oldfather: most accurate • Tooth size analysis• Tanaka and johnston : most practical – 5% of the population have some degree of disproportion among the sizes of individual p p g• Radiographic method: for population other teeth → tooth size discrepancy than Caucasians. 33 34 Treatment planning for the primary dentition • Alignment problems – Malposed, crowded and irregular incisors: uncommon – Absence of spaces between primary incisors: crowding in permanent dentition – Space maintenance for missing primary molars but not anterior teeth 35 36 6
  • 7. Treatment planning for the primary Treatment planning for the early dentition mixed dentition• Posterior and anterior crossbites: treat early • Space discrepancies• Skeletal A-P and vertical problems: <4mm: non-extraction treatment indicated only for the most severe 59 5-9 mm: non extraction/ extraction non-extraction/ discrepancies > 10 mm: extraction • Serial extraction 37 38 Serial extraction Serial extraction 39 40 Serial extraction Serial extraction 41 42 7
  • 8. Treatment Planning for the Early Growth modification Mixed Dentition• Skeletal problems • Facemask for Class III skeletal malocclusion – Growth modification• Dentofacial problems related to incisor protrusion: – Late mixed dentition or early permanent dentition 43 44 Treatment planning for the early mixed dentition• Space problems: missing primary teeth with adequate space: space maintenance > 6 month delay before permanent premolar erupts with adequate space: space maintenance Early loss of single primary canine space maintenance or extraction of contralateral tooth 45 46 Treatment planning for the early mixed Treatment planning for the early dentition mixed dentition• Space problems: localized space loss (< • Generalized moderate crowding 3mm): space regaining – 2-4 mm of arch length discrepancy with no – Premature loss of primary Mx or Md 2nd molar p prematurely missing p y g primary teeth → y – Early loss of one Md primary canine eventually has moderately crowded permanent incisors. → Expand the arches with either – Unilateral space loss: regain up to 3mm LLHA in lower arch or W-arch in upper arch – Bilateral space loss: regain up to 4mm for total arch/ 2mm per quadrant 47 48 8
  • 9. Treatment planning for the early Mixed dentition • Irregular/ Malpositioned incisors – Spaced and flared maxillary incisors – Maxillary midline diastema: “ugly duckling ugly stage” • Space > 2mm: spontaneous closure is unlikely (early frenectomy should be avoided) – Mesioden? – High frenum? 49 50 Treatment planning for the early mixed dentition• Anterior crossbite – Skeletal class III jaw relationship – Maxillary laterals erupt lingually due to lack of space → extraction of adjacent primary canine prior to complete eruption of the lateral incisors → spontaneous correction 51 52 Treatment Planning for the Early Mixed Dentition • Posterior Crossbite – Narrowing of the maxillary arch: children with p prolonged sucking habits g g – Anterior open bite: • Prolonged thumb sucking • Tongue thrust 53 54 9
  • 10. Blue grass appliance Tongue crib 55 56 Treatment planning for the early Treatment planning for the early mixed dentition mixed dentition• Over-retained primary teeth and ectopic • Premature removal of primary tooth: layer eruption of dense bone and soft tissue – Delayed eruption of permanent teeth if primary • Extraction of Mx primary canine when predecessor retained too long permanent canines are overlapping the – If a primary tooth still has considerable root permanent lateral incisor roots → positive remaining, when ¾ of the root of the permanent influence on the permanent tooth’s eruption successor has formed, the primary tooth should path. be extracted. 57 58 Summary • Questionnaire/Interview • Clinic evaluation • Diagnostic records • Treatment plan 59 60 10