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Journal:   JOURNAL OF RESEARCH IN DENTAL SCIENCES   SPRING 2008 , Volume 5 , Number 1; Page(s) 24 To 29.
 
Paper: 

ASSESSMENT OF RADIOGRAPHIC FACTORS AFFECTING SURGICAL EXPOSURE AND ORTHODONTIC ALIGNMENT OF IMPACTED CANINES OF THE PALATE: A 15-YEAR RETROSPECTIVE STUDY

 
 
Author(s):  KALANTARMOETAMEDI M.H.*, NAVI F., KHOSRAVANIFARD B., HAIATI Z.
 
* ORAL & MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY DEPT. DENTAL BRANCH ISLAMIC AZAD UNIVERSITY
 
Abstract: 
Background and aim: Impacted canines require a combination of both surgical and orthodontic management. In this study 80 consecutively-treated patients with bone-impacted canines of the hard palate were evaluated to assess which radiographic or clinical factors influenced the exposure and movement of impacted maxillary permanent canines from the hard palate into the alveolar arch.Materials and Methods: This study assessed records of 80 patients treated surgically and orthodontically to align 146 bone- impacted canines of the hard palate. Potential influential factors (such as age, abnormality of the root, angulation of the canine and ratio of root formation upon admission) were documented. Radiographic records, documented clinical parameters and demographic data were assessed. The following measurements of canine position were made from the panoramic radiograph: 1- Angulation to the midline, 2- Ratio of root formation, , 3-Overlap of the adjacent incisor and 4-Apparent root anomaly or dilaceration. Whether the impacted canine had responded to surgical exposure and was orthodontically-aligned, or surgically removed and discarded was also recorded. The data was analyzed to assess to correlate significance.Results: 80 patients aged 11 to 24 (19 males and 61 females) with bone-impacted permanent canines of the hard palate were treated from 1994 to 2007 were chosen.all 80 patients had responded to surgical exposure and were orthodontically-aligned.none of patients had to have their impacted canine tooth surgically removed. Data analysis showed that the angulation of the crown to the midline and abnormality of the root influenced the treatment result..It also showed that the overlap of the adjacent incisor via the canine influenced the treatment result.Additionally, as the canine angulation to the midline increased, the canine was more likely to be removed (P< 0.001). The result also showed that the antero-posterior position of the canine did not influence the treatment result.Conclusion: Bone- impacted canines of the hard palate are more likely to respond to surgical exposure and orthodontic management if angulation to the midline is lower than 45 on the orthopantomogram. orthodontic alignment of an impacted upper permanent canine, based on radiographic and clinical information, seems to be more successful if the angulation of the impacted canine is lower than 45, the abnormality of the root does not exist and the overlap of the adjacent incisor via canine decreases to level 1 or 2 or does not exist at all.
 
Keyword(s): IMPACTED CANINE, SURGICAL EXPOSURE, ORTHODONTIC ALIGNMENT, RADIOGRAPHIC FACTORS
 
 
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APA: Copy

KALANTARMOETAMEDI, M., & NAVI, F., & KHOSRAVANIFARD, B., & HAIATI, Z. (2008). ASSESSMENT OF RADIOGRAPHIC FACTORS AFFECTING SURGICAL EXPOSURE AND ORTHODONTIC ALIGNMENT OF IMPACTED CANINES OF THE PALATE: A 15-YEAR RETROSPECTIVE STUDY. JOURNAL OF RESEARCH IN DENTAL SCIENCES, 5(1), 24-29. https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=193720



Vancouver: Copy

KALANTARMOETAMEDI M.H., NAVI F., KHOSRAVANIFARD B., HAIATI Z.. ASSESSMENT OF RADIOGRAPHIC FACTORS AFFECTING SURGICAL EXPOSURE AND ORTHODONTIC ALIGNMENT OF IMPACTED CANINES OF THE PALATE: A 15-YEAR RETROSPECTIVE STUDY. JOURNAL OF RESEARCH IN DENTAL SCIENCES. 2008 [cited 2021December09];5(1):24-29. Available from: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=193720



IEEE: Copy

KALANTARMOETAMEDI, M., NAVI, F., KHOSRAVANIFARD, B., HAIATI, Z., 2008. ASSESSMENT OF RADIOGRAPHIC FACTORS AFFECTING SURGICAL EXPOSURE AND ORTHODONTIC ALIGNMENT OF IMPACTED CANINES OF THE PALATE: A 15-YEAR RETROSPECTIVE STUDY. JOURNAL OF RESEARCH IN DENTAL SCIENCES, [online] 5(1), pp.24-29. Available: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=193720.



 
 
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