Research Article of International Journal of Dental Research and Reviews
Soft Tissue Cephalometric Changes in Class I Patients Treated with Extraction and Non Extraction Modalities
Jeevan kumar.M1, Anoosha.M2, Padma priya .C.V3, Praveen kumar varma .D4, Goutham chakravarthy.v5
1. Post graduate student from the department of orthodontics, Vishnu dental college, bhimavaram.
2. Senior lecturer from the department of orthodontics, Vishnu dental college, bhimavaram.
3. Professor and head from the department of orthodontics, Vishnu dental college, bhimavaram.
4. Professor from the department of orthodontics, Vishnu dental college, bhimavaram.
5. Professor from the department of orthodontics, Vishnu dental college, bhimavaram.
Background : Extractions are frequently used to treat crowding, protrusion of teeth and the soft tissue covering. The common consequences of extraction therapy were believed to be “dished-in profiles”, constriction of dental arch, and increased width of the buccal corridor space, whereas non extraction treatment results in poor stability and protrusive profile in borderline cases. Aim: Aim of the present study was to compare the cephalometric soft tissue changes between Class I malocclusion patients who were treated with first premolar extractions and Class I malocclusion patients who were treated with non extraction with similar appliances. Methods and Material: It is a retrospective study were the treatment records of 50 (25: extraction and 25: non extraction) orthodontic patients with Angles and skeletal Class I malocclusion of age between 13-30 years were randomly selected. Both pre and post treatment lateral cephalograms were traced manually and soft tissue changes were measured and analyzed between extraction & non- extraction group. Statistical analysis: Independent samples t test, Paired-t test. Results: Within extraction group, Angle of convexity, Upper lip to e-line, lower lip to e-line, nose prominence and interlabial gap are the parameters which has shown statistically significant(p=.000*)difference after the treatment and within the non extraction group upper lip thickness was the only parameter which has shown statistically significant (p=.005*) difference after the treatment. The remaining parameters have not shown any significant difference
Conclusions: Profile improvement was better with extraction protocol compared to non-extraction therapy. Lip competence was better achieved with extraction therapy Overall the choice of the treatment modality depends on the severity of the problem.
Keywords: Natural head position, conventional orthodontic treatment, Lefort I surgery, BSSO set back.
How to cite this article:
Jeevan kumar.M, Anoosha.M, Padma priya .C.V, Praveen kumar varma .D, Goutham chakravarthy.v. Soft Tissue Cephalometric Changes in Class I Patients Treated with Extraction and Non Extraction Modalities. International Journal of Dental Research and Reviews, 2019, 2:15
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