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An Assessment on the Impact of the Effective Length of Mandible on Retromolar Space
(An Assessment on the Impact of the Effective Length of Mandible on Retromolar Space )

An Assessment on the Impact of the Effective Length of Mandible on Retromolar Space

 
Yazar : Cansu G. KOCA  & Sanaz SADRY  
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Baskı Yılı : 2018
Sayı : 8 (2)
Sayfa : 267-274
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Cite : Cansu G. KOCA & Sanaz SADRY, (2018). An Assessment on the Impact of the Effective Length of Mandible on Retromolar Space. Journal of Current Researches on Health Sector, 8 (2), p. 267-274. Doi: .
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Özet

An impacted tooth is a tooth that fails to take its functional position in the dental arch during eruption period. Impaction most frequently occurs in lower third molars The deficiency of the space between the anterior border of the ramus and the distal surface of second molar (retromolar) is indicated as the main local factor that prevents the eruption of third molars. The purpose of our study is to assess the correlation between retromolar space, which is the factor that has the greatest impact on the eruption pattern of lower third molars, and the effective length of the mandible 127 patients, who applied to Istanbul Aydın University Faculty of Dentistry Orthodontic Clinic between 2016-2018, were included in our study. The retromolar was measured area via panoramic radiograph, and recorded. The obtained records were compared to the mesiodistal size of the third molars, and sufficiency of the retromolar space was classified. No statistically significant difference was found between the effective length of mandible and the retromolar space (p>0.05). In conclusion, more studies need to be carried out that assess and compare numerous factors including the findings of our study to establish the factor or factors affecting the retromolar space, which is considered to be the main determining factor of the eruption pattern of mandibular third molars



Anahtar Kelimeler
Retromolar Space, mandible, effective length

Abstract

An impacted tooth is a tooth that fails to take its functional position in the dental arch during eruption period. Impaction most frequently occurs in lower third molars The deficiency of the space between the anterior border of the ramus and the distal surface of second molar (retromolar) is indicated as the main local factor that prevents the eruption of third molars. The purpose of our study is to assess the correlation between retromolar space, which is the factor that has the greatest impact on the eruption pattern of lower third molars, and the effective length of the mandible 127 patients, who applied to Istanbul Aydın University Faculty of Dentistry Orthodontic Clinic between 2016-2018, were included in our study. The retromolar was measured area via panoramic radiograph, and recorded. The obtained records were compared to the mesiodistal size of the third molars, and sufficiency of the retromolar space was classified. No statistically significant difference was found between the effective length of mandible and the retromolar space (p>0.05). In conclusion, more studies need to be carried out that assess and compare numerous factors including the findings of our study to establish the factor or factors affecting the retromolar space, which is considered to be the main determining factor of the eruption pattern of mandibular third molars



Keywords
Retromolar Space, mandible, effective length

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