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Occlusal Anomalies in Children with Mixed Dentition

Mario Legović ; Dom zdravlja u osnivanju Poreč, Hrvatska
Marijan Župan ; Dom zdravlja Rijeka, Rijeka, Hrvatska


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str. 123-132

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Sažetak

A sample o f 535 school children (285 boys and 250 girls) aged 6,5-7,5 years in the commune o f Poreč was examined for the incidence o f occlusal anomalies with respect to sagittal, vertical and transversal occlusion relationship in some orthodontic anomalies classified in accordance with the edgeperforated card. Orthodontic anomalies were evident in 58,69% o f the children (of whom 55,09% were male and 62,8% female). Premature loss o f teeth was found in 17,20% o f the children. Occlusal anomalies were observed in 48,9% o f the examinees (of whom 47,02% were male and 51,2% female). The majority o f the children with orthodontic anomalies had sagittal-vertical (19,63%), occlusal anomalies, then came in order o f incidence: sagittal (10,28%), vertical (9,91%), transversal (4,48%), sagittal- -transversal (2,06%), sagittal-transversal-vertical (1,87%) and transversal-vertical (0,75%) occlusal anomalies. Occlusal anomalies were found in all o f the children with mandibular prognathism, deep over bite, open bite and cross bite. In 82,5% o f the patients other orthodontic anomalies were observed, o f whom 62,5%, with crowding, 56,67% with diastema and 14,1% with premature loss had occlusal anomalies.

Ključne riječi

mixed dentition, occlusal anomalies

Hrčak ID:

100661

URI

https://hrcak.srce.hr/100661

Podaci na drugim jezicima: hrvatski

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