Relationshipbetweenocclusalplaneorientationandsagittal malocclusions:studyofanorthodonticpopulation

  • Ines Dallel Professors, PHD- University of Monastir, Faculty of Dental Medicine, Dento-Facial Orthopedics Department of Monastir Dental Clinic, Laboratory of Oral Health and Orofacial Rehabilitation, LR12ES11, 5000 Monastir, Tunisia;

Abstract

Objective.Theaim of this study was to evaluate the association of the skeletal pattern and Angle class with the occlusal plane(OP). This study also examined the effect of the orthodontic treatment on this plane .


Methods.Lateral cephalometric radiographs of a sample of 135 patients were collected.The angles between the Franckfort horizontal(FH), palatal plane (PP) Mandibular plane (MP) and the occlusal plane (OP)wasanalyzed and compared between several groups and subsequently before and after treatment.


Results.The statistical comparison between 3 skeletal frame groups demonstrates that thecant of the OP showed a significant difference.This difference wasgreaterin class III subjects. Examination revealed that the OP was not meaningfullyaffected within the Angle classification.Statistically significant correlation was found between OP steepnessand the vertical skeletal pattern. A significant arise of OP/SN for class I (p=0.019) and II (p=0.015) after orthodontic treatment.Additionally, patients treated with elasticsshowed a significant decrease of OP/PMin Angle class IIIandconsiderable increase of OP/SN and OP/PP in Angle class II. Observations of the group treated with bimaxillary extractions showed that OP/SN and OP/PP differ in a significant way.


Conclusion This study confirmed the association between the skeletal pattern and the occlusal plane inclination in adults concerning the Angle classification, there was no significant difference between the groups.Orthodontic therapy had an influence on the inclination of this plane for the different malocclusions. Premolar extraction in class I cases significantly modified the occlusal plane. For class II and III malocclusions,theocclusalplaneinclinationwasmainlyalteredbytheuseofintermaxillarytractionelastics.

Keywords: Orthodontics, occlusion, occlusal plane, malocclusion, Angle classification

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