Anterior crossbite


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Anterior crossbite

  1. 1. Anterior crossbite An abnormal relationship of a tooth or teeth to the opposing teeth, in which normal buccolingual or labiolingual relationships are reversed. The incidence in caucasieans ranges between 2% and 4%.
  2. 2. Anterior crossbite 1-Skeletal Genetic predisposition Embryological defective development Class III malocclusion mandibular prognathia, Insuffecient maxillary 2-Dental Lingual eruption path of maxillary anterior teeth Trauma to deciduous dentition in which there is displacement of tooth buds Retained deciduous causing lingual eruption of permanent teeth Supernumerary teeth 3-Functional a-Habits Digital or pacifer sucking habits Oral respiration Low tongue position Stomach sleeping posture Tongue trusting b-Pseudo Class III Class I skeletal relationship Insuffecient maxillary overjet and incisor interference Multi-tooth anterior crossbite may result from a functional shift of the mandible in an effort to avoid anterior interference in centric relation and to achieve maximun intercuspation ETIOLOGICAL FACTORS
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