2022
DOI: 10.22271/oral.2022.v8.i1e.1446
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Correlation between symphyseal morphology and mandibular length in class 1 malocclusion between males and females: A radiographic study

Abstract: Mandibular symphysis (MS) morphology is a valuable diagnostic and treatment-planning tool in orthodontics. MS is affected by a number of factors that include neuromuscular factors, vertical jaw relationships, inclination of lower incisors and genetic factors among others. 80 lateral cephalograms (40 males and 40females) were used in the study and mandibular lengths (Schwarz analysis) were measured for males and females separately. Pearson correlation coefficient showed no statistically significant correlation … Show more

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