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Relationships between the upper central incisor crown forms and degree of labial inclination, overbite, and overjet in Japanese young adults

Journal of Advanced Prosthodontics 2020년 12권 6호 p.338 ~ 343
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Abstract


PURPOSE: The present study aimed to investigate the relationships between the crown form of the upper central incisor and their labial inclination, overbite, and overjet.

MATERIALS AND METHODS: Maxillary and mandibular casts of 169 healthy dentitions were subjected to 3D dental scanning, and analyzed using CAD software. The crown forms were divided into tapered, square, and ovoid based on the mesiodistal dimensions at 20% of the crown height to that at 40%. The degree of labial inclination of the upper central incisor was defined as the angle between the occlusal plane and the line connecting the incisal edge and tooth cervix. The incisal edges of the right upper and lower central incisor that in contact with lines parallel to the occlusal plane were used to determine the overbite and overjet. One-way ANOVA was performed to compare the labial inclination, overbite, and overjet among the crown forms.

RESULTS: The crown forms were classified into three types; crown forms with a 20%/40% dimension ratio of 1.00±0.01 were defined as square, >1.01 as tapered, and <0.99 as ovoid. The labial inclination degree was the greatest in tapered and the least in square. Both overbite and overjet in tapered and ovoid were higher than those in square.

CONCLUSION: Upper central incisor crown forms were related to their labial inclination, overbite, and overjet. It was suggested that the labial inclination, overbite, and overjet should be taken into consideration for the prosthetic treatment or restoring the front teeth crowns.

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Upper central incisor; Crown forms; Labial inclination; Overbite; Overjet

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