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1.Introduction2.Classification3.Mixed dentition analysis1.     Space analysis     Mixed dentition period4.Analysis based ...
   Nance mixed dentition analysis   Ballard and wylie modification   Huckaba mixed dentition analysis6. Referenes
   Model analysis is the study of dental casts, which    helps to study the occlusion& dentition from all    three dimens...
   The study ranges from the metric analysis of the arch    form to the prediction of the sizes of the unerupted    perma...
Model analysis can be classified in the following ways1.Based on whether the analysis is on the permanent  dentition or on...
   Moyer’s   Tanaka Johnston   Hixon and Old father   Staley kerber   Huckaba’s   Ballard and Willie
2.Based on the arch in which the analysis is carried out  ,they can be classified as MAXILLARY ARCHPont’sLinder hearth’sK...
3.Based on the Parameter determined by the analysis2   TOOTH SIZE ANALYSESBolton’s tooth ration analysisSanin Savara anal...
   SPACE ANALYSES DURING MIXED DENTITION   Moyer’s   Tanaka Johnston   Ballard and willie   Hixon and Old father
4)Based on principles of space analysisNON –RADIOGRAPHIC SPACE ANALYSES   Moyer’s   Tanaka Johnston   Ballard and Wylie...
   After completion of the dental cast review, depending upon the age    of the pt, a mixed dentition analysis can be com...
   Following the eruption of the permanent incisors, the mandibular    arch length and the width have achieved the adult ...
   Space analysis , using the study casts is valuable in evaluating the    likely degree of crowding for a child in the m...
Mixed dentition period    6-12 years    Indications- Nanda(1993)a.    Premature loss of primary canine.b.    Rotation or...
a)   1st permanent molar and permanent incisors are erupted.b)   The succedaneous permanent teeth are forming.c)   Size re...
Methods of space analysis
   Basis- high co relation among groups of teeth , thus     measuring one group of teeth, prediction of size of other    ...
    Procedure:1.    Measure the widths of each of four permanent      mandibular incisors .2.    Total the M-D widths of ...
3)On the study cast, determine and mark the midline of    mandibular arch.4)Total the M-D widths of right mand’ incisors &...
5) Measure the dist betw the point marked on the cast to the mesial surface of perm’ 1st molar.Record that value and calcu...
6)Compute the amt of space available. Measure the dist’ from the point marked on the cast to mesial surface of the 1st mol...
It is advocated for foll’ reasons:   Has minimal systemic errors and the range of such errors is known.   Can be done wi...
Advantages-    It has minimal error.    Can be done with equal reliability    Not time consuming    No special equipme...
4.   Moyers advised caution in using any analysis, as none was able to     compensate for the biological variation in indi...
   Armamentarium-   Boley guage   Study cast   The prediction of the size of the unerupted canines and the    premolar...
   They believed that the Moyer’s equations and the size of his    confidence intervals have never been validated on any ...
   They simplified the Moyer’s results and gave regressive equations of    the form                      Y = A+B(X)   Wh...
Advantages-•   Technique involves simple, easily repeated procedure with minimum    material requirement.•   Prediction ch...
   Iowa Facial Growth Study.   Staley and Kerber in a later study conducted at the Iowa,    significantly reduced the st...
   The original equation was primarily obtained from the    measurements of the teeth on the left side of the arch of    ...
Procedure( Stanley and Kerber, 1980)   From the casts, on one side, measure the m-d widths of    the permanent mandibular...
   Advantage- it is very accurate technique   Limitation- Can be used only for lower arch.   CHART              Measure...
   This analysis is similar to arch perimeter analysis of the    permanent dentition   Armamentarium   Dental cast   B...
   SPACE REQUIRED:    ◦ measure the mesio distal width of the erupted     permanent teeth.    ◦ Measure the width of each...
B = measurement of un-erupted caninesand premolars on radiograph
   SPACE AVAILABLE:    ◦ using brass wire, measure the arch perimeter      from the mesial surface of permanent first mol...
ADVANTAGES   It results in minimal errors   It can be performed with reliability   It allows analysis of both archesLIM...
   Ballard and Wylie were so concerned about the distortions of the X-    ray films that they devised a scheme for estima...
   Although not particularly high, the co-efficient of correlation of    +0.64 seemed sufficiently high to justify a pred...
   This analysis makes use of a radiograph and study cast to    determine the width of unerupted teeth   Armamentarium ...
   With any type of radiograph, it is necessary to    compensate for enlargement of radiographic image.   This can be do...
   A simple proportional relationship can be established as    follows:
   Hixon and Oldfather: most accurate   Tanaka and johnston : most practical   Radiographic Radiographic method: for   ...
   They did a review of Methods that have been proposed for mixed    dentition analysis , Studies comparing the different...
   Examine and compare the accuracy of the Moyers and    Tanaka & Johnston mixed dentition analyses and to    evaluate it...
    They concluded thata)    Both Tanaka Johnson and moyers have comparable      standard errors of estimate,thus their a...
THANK YOU
1)   Mathewson R, Primosch R. Fundamentals of pediatric dentistry.3rd     ed;30-332)   Marwah N. Textbook of pediatric den...
8) Ballard,Murray L and Wylie, Wendell L : Mixed dentition case analysis    :Estimating the size of the unerupted permanen...
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Mixed dentition analysis

  1. 1. 1.Introduction2.Classification3.Mixed dentition analysis1. Space analysis Mixed dentition period4.Analysis based on principles:Fields & Profitt5.Methods of mixed dentition analysis Moyer’s mixed dentition analysis Tanaka Johnston mixed dentition analysis Hixon & Oldfather prediction method
  2. 2.  Nance mixed dentition analysis Ballard and wylie modification Huckaba mixed dentition analysis6. Referenes
  3. 3.  Model analysis is the study of dental casts, which helps to study the occlusion& dentition from all three dimensions &analyze the degree & severity of malocclusion & to derive the diagnosis &plan for treatment Model analysis is an essential diagnostic record that helps to study the occlusion and the dentition from a three dimensional aspect.
  4. 4.  The study ranges from the metric analysis of the arch form to the prediction of the sizes of the unerupted permanent teeth during the mixed dentition. They have been the “gold standard” in orthodontic diagnosis with the advantages ranging from being a routine dental technique, ease of production, inexpensiveness and ease in measurement to plaster casts being able to be mounted on an articulator for study in three – dimensions14.
  5. 5. Model analysis can be classified in the following ways1.Based on whether the analysis is on the permanent dentition or on the mixed dentitiona) PERMANENT DENTITION ANALYSES Ashley howe’s Carey’s / Arch perimeter Pont’s Linder Hearth’s Korkhau’s Bolton’s
  6. 6.  Moyer’s Tanaka Johnston Hixon and Old father Staley kerber Huckaba’s Ballard and Willie
  7. 7. 2.Based on the arch in which the analysis is carried out ,they can be classified as MAXILLARY ARCHPont’sLinder hearth’sKorkhau’sArch perimeter MANDIBULAR ARCHCarey’sHixon and Old fatherPeck and peckTotal space analysisStaley Kerber
  8. 8. 3.Based on the Parameter determined by the analysis2 TOOTH SIZE ANALYSESBolton’s tooth ration analysisSanin Savara analysis RELATIONSHIP OF TOOTH SIZES TO THE SUPPORTING STRUCTURESAshley howe’sPont’sLinder hearth’sKorkhaus
  9. 9.  SPACE ANALYSES DURING MIXED DENTITION Moyer’s Tanaka Johnston Ballard and willie Hixon and Old father
  10. 10. 4)Based on principles of space analysisNON –RADIOGRAPHIC SPACE ANALYSES Moyer’s Tanaka Johnston Ballard and WylieRADIOGRAPHIC ANALYSES Nance’s Huckaba’sCOMBINATION OF RADIOGRAPHS AND PREDICTION CHARTS Hixon and Old father Staley kerber
  11. 11.  After completion of the dental cast review, depending upon the age of the pt, a mixed dentition analysis can be completed. An early assesment of available space may permit early intervention /minimise development of malocclusion. Prediction of the M-D widths of the unerupted canines and the premolars is an essential part of the tooth size-arch length analysis during the mixed dentition period.
  12. 12.  Following the eruption of the permanent incisors, the mandibular arch length and the width have achieved the adult dimensions for all practical purposes. A meaningful mixed dentition tooth size-arch length analysis depends on an accurate prediction of the mesio-distal widths of the unerupted permanent canines and the premolars1
  13. 13.  Space analysis , using the study casts is valuable in evaluating the likely degree of crowding for a child in the mixed dentition ; and in that case,it must include the prediction of the size of the unerupted permanent teeth.
  14. 14. Mixed dentition period  6-12 years  Indications- Nanda(1993)a. Premature loss of primary canine.b. Rotation or blocking of lateral incisor because of lack of space.c. Ectopic eruption of permanent first molars.d. Distal terminal plane relationships.
  15. 15. a) 1st permanent molar and permanent incisors are erupted.b) The succedaneous permanent teeth are forming.c) Size relationship between unerupted permanent teeth and primary teeth.d) There is size difference in primary canines and molars and the succedaenous teeth.e) M-D width of primary canines and molars is greater than perm’ sucessors (leeway space of nance) 2
  16. 16. Methods of space analysis
  17. 17.  Basis- high co relation among groups of teeth , thus measuring one group of teeth, prediction of size of other group of teeth can be done1.  Armamentarium-1. Dental cast2. Boley’s guage3. Probability chart
  18. 18.  Procedure:1. Measure the widths of each of four permanent mandibular incisors .2. Total the M-D widths of mandibular incisors3. Using prediction chart for space available in mandibular arch,locate the value closest to the sum of four mandibular incisors.
  19. 19. 3)On the study cast, determine and mark the midline of mandibular arch.4)Total the M-D widths of right mand’ incisors & set the boley’s gauge to this value. Measure from midline to right side. Place one point of the gauge at the midline bet’n the central incisor and let the other end lie along the line of the dental arch on the right side. Mark on the point where the precise point where the distal tip of boley’s gauge touched. Repeat for the left side.
  20. 20. 5) Measure the dist betw the point marked on the cast to the mesial surface of perm’ 1st molar.Record that value and calculate the difference6) Repeat the process on the maxillary arch.
  21. 21. 6)Compute the amt of space available. Measure the dist’ from the point marked on the cast to mesial surface of the 1st molar, and calculate space difference.
  22. 22. It is advocated for foll’ reasons: Has minimal systemic errors and the range of such errors is known. Can be done with equal reliability by the beginner and the expert as it does not presume sophisticated clinical judgement. Not time consuming, simple and easy to perform. Requires no special equipment or radiographic projections. It can be done with reasonable accuracy in the mouth although it is best done on the dental casts. It may be used for both the arches.
  23. 23. Advantages-  It has minimal error.  Can be done with equal reliability  Not time consuming  No special equipment required  Can be done in mouth as well as on cast  Can be used for both archesLimitations1. Moyer’s analysis is probability analysis2. It does not account for tipping of mandibular incisor either lingually or facially3. Maxillary tooth size is predicted by mandibular teeth
  24. 24. 4. Moyers advised caution in using any analysis, as none was able to compensate for the biological variation in individuals during the transition from primary to permanent dentition3.5. Moyers equation does not mention the population group from which they were calculated 136. Moyer’s method of prediction may have population variations. For one to be sure of the accuracy while using Moyer’s method it may be safer to develop prediction tables for specific populations. Thus Moyer’s method cannot universally be applied12.
  25. 25.  Armamentarium- Boley guage Study cast The prediction of the size of the unerupted canines and the premolars in contemporary orthodontic population can also be done with the Tanaka Johnston analysis. Tanaka and Johnston conducted a study on 506 orthodontic patients in Cleveland.
  26. 26.  They believed that the Moyer’s equations and the size of his confidence intervals have never been validated on any other samples. Also that the possibility of secular changes during the past 20 years cannot be ruled out. Hence they undertook the study in the Orthodontic Department of Case Western University school of dentistry
  27. 27.  They simplified the Moyer’s results and gave regressive equations of the form Y = A+B(X) Where Y = sum of the mesio distal widths of the unerupted canines and premolars X = sum of the mesio distal widths of the lower incisors A & B are constants. For the maxillary arch , Y = 11 + 0.5 ( X ) For the mandibular arch, Y = 10.5 + 0.5 ( X )
  28. 28. Advantages-• Technique involves simple, easily repeated procedure with minimum material requirement.• Prediction chart and radiograph is not required Limitations-• Error in predicted size if patients are not from North western European descent.• *John Y. K. Linga; Ricky W. K. Wong concluded constants for males (upper-11.5; lower-10.5) or females (upper-11.0; lower-10.0) for southern Chinese population
  29. 29.  Iowa Facial Growth Study. Staley and Kerber in a later study conducted at the Iowa, significantly reduced the standard error of estimate when they generated a revised Hixon and Oldfather prediction equation. The co-efficient of correlation of the revised equation was significantly higher than that of the original equation.
  30. 30.  The original equation was primarily obtained from the measurements of the teeth on the left side of the arch of each subject whereas the revised equation was derived from the means of measurements taken from both right and left side teeth in each subject.Armamentarium-• Boley guage• Study cast• Periapical radiograph• Hixon- old father prediction chart
  31. 31. Procedure( Stanley and Kerber, 1980) From the casts, on one side, measure the m-d widths of the permanent mandibular central and lateral incisor. From the periapical radiographs, measure the m-d width of unerupted first and second premolars Total the m-d widths of four(4) teeth. Compare the measured value to estimated tooth size from the Hixon- Oldfather chart. Repeat steps 1 to 3 for the other side of the arch.
  32. 32.  Advantage- it is very accurate technique Limitation- Can be used only for lower arch. CHART Measured value Estimated tooth size 23mm 18.4mm 24mm 19.0mm 25mm 19.7mm 26mm 20.3mm 27mm 21.0mm 28mm 21.6mm 29mm 22.3mm 30mm 22.9mm
  33. 33.  This analysis is similar to arch perimeter analysis of the permanent dentition Armamentarium Dental cast Boley gauge, millimeter ruler Peri-apical radiograph
  34. 34.  SPACE REQUIRED: ◦ measure the mesio distal width of the erupted permanent teeth. ◦ Measure the width of each unerupted tooth, cuspids and bicuspids from the IOPA. ◦ The total mesiodistal width of all the teeth in each quadrant will indicate space required to accommodate the permanent teeth.
  35. 35. B = measurement of un-erupted caninesand premolars on radiograph
  36. 36.  SPACE AVAILABLE: ◦ using brass wire, measure the arch perimeter from the mesial surface of permanent first molar to the mesial surface of the permanent first molar on the other side. ◦ Compare the space required and space available to arrive at the arch length discrepancy
  37. 37. ADVANTAGES It results in minimal errors It can be performed with reliability It allows analysis of both archesLIMITATION It is time consuming Complete mouth radiograph is needed.
  38. 38.  Ballard and Wylie were so concerned about the distortions of the X- ray films that they devised a scheme for estimating the widths of the mandibular canine and the premolars on the basis of the combined widths of the four lower incisors. Using the plaster models of 441 cases, they measured and recorded the widths of all the mandibular teeth including the first molars. On the average, the sum of the four permanent lower incisors were 23.84 +/- 0.08 mm. The average sum of the canine,first and the second premolars turned out to be 21.97 +/- 0.06mm
  39. 39.  Although not particularly high, the co-efficient of correlation of +0.64 seemed sufficiently high to justify a predicton. They modified the equation as Y = 9.41 + 0.527 ( X ) Testing these calculations on 60 cases , Ballard and Wylie came to a conclusion that their method had only 2.6% error as compared to the 10.5% error when using only the X-rays. They do indicate that good X rays should be used and suggest that their method was an adjunct to the Nance’s method.
  40. 40.  This analysis makes use of a radiograph and study cast to determine the width of unerupted teeth Armamentarium Dental cast Boley gauge, millimeter ruler Periapical radiograph
  41. 41.  With any type of radiograph, it is necessary to compensate for enlargement of radiographic image. This can be done by measuring an object that can be seen both in the radiograph and on the cast, such as primary molar tooth. It is possible to determine the measurements of un- erupted teeth by studying the teeth that have already erupted in a radiograph and on a cast
  42. 42.  A simple proportional relationship can be established as follows:
  43. 43.  Hixon and Oldfather: most accurate Tanaka and johnston : most practical Radiographic Radiographic method: for population other method: for population other than Caucasians
  44. 44.  They did a review of Methods that have been proposed for mixed dentition analysis , Studies comparing the different methods have shown that the method of Hixon & Oldfather (1958), as refined by Staley & Kerber (1980), is the most accurate.* Mixed dentition analysis forms an integral aspect of orthodontic diagnosis to determine whether the treatment plan is going to involve serial extraction, space maintenance, space gaining or simply periodic observation of the patient.
  45. 45.  Examine and compare the accuracy of the Moyers and Tanaka & Johnston mixed dentition analyses and to evaluate its applicability to Indian Marathi population. Developed regression analysis- Y = a + b (X) where , X= independent variable (mandibular incisors measurements) Y = dependent variable (sum of canine and premolars). For mandibular teeth- Y = 10.830 + 0.563 (X) For maxillary teeth- Y = 12.143 + 0.481 (X)
  46. 46.  They concluded thata) Both Tanaka Johnson and moyers have comparable standard errors of estimate,thus their accuracy is fairly comparable.b) Moyers chart at 50% confidence level gives more realistic estimate of width of unerupted canine and premolars as compared to 75% confidence level for Marathi population.c) Sugessted the use of newly developed regression equations is suggested.
  47. 47. THANK YOU
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