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Are you sure you want to Yes No. Hand — wrist radiograph iv. Endocrine tests v. Estimation of basal metabolic rate 6 7.
SEX — Treatment planning e. Address and occupation — Evaluation of socio — economic status In selection of an appropriate appliance Future correspondence 9 The use of certain drugs like thalidomide. Affection with some infections during pregnancy like German measles. For e. The AAP statement includes the acknowledgment that "breastfeeding ensures the best possible health as well as the best development and psychosocial outcomes for the infant.
Height and Weight — They provide a clue to the physical growth and maturation of the patient. Gait — It is the manner of walking. Abnormalities of gait are usually associated with neuro-muscular disorders.
Posture — Posture refers to the way a person stands. Abnormal postures can predispose to malocclusion due to alteration in maxillo- mandibular relationship. Aesthetic — they have a thin physique and usually posses narrow dental arches. Plethoric — they are obese and have large, square dental arches. Athletic — they are normally built and have normal sized dental arches. Ectomorphic — tall and thin physique b.
Mesomorphic — average physique c. Endomorphic — short and obese physique 18 They posses normal dental arches. They have narrow dental arches.
They have broad dental arches. Mesoprosopic — average or normal face form b. Euryprosopic — broad and short face form c.
Leptoprosopic — long and narrow face form 20 Composite photographs are the best way to indicate normal facial asymmetry. For this boy, whose mild asymmetry rarely would be noticed and is not a problem, the true photograph is in the centre.
On the right is a composite of the two right sides, While on the left is a composite of the two left sides. This technique dramatically illustrates the difference in the two sides. Although the normal asymmetry usually is less than in this boy, mild asymmetry is the rule rather than the exception. Usually, the right side of the face is a little larger than the left ,rather than the reverse as in this individual.
Facial proportions and symmetry in the frontal plane. An ideally proportional face can be divided into central , medial ,and lateral equal fifths. The separation of the eyes and the width of the eyes, which should be equal ,determine the central and medial fifths. The nose and chin should be cantered within the central fifth, with the width of the nose the same as or slightly wider than the central fifth.
The inter — pupillary distance dotted lines should equal the width of the mouth. Vertical facial proportions in the frontal and lateral views are best evaluated in the context of the facial thirds, which the Renaissance artists noted were equal in height in well-proportioned faces. In modern Caucasians, the lower facial third often is slightly longer than the central third. The lower third has thirds: A line joining the forehead and the soft tissue point A deepest point in curvature of upper lip.
A line joining point A and the soft tissue pogonion most anterior point of the chin. Profile convexity or concavity results from a disproportion in the size of the jaws, but does not by itself indicate which jaw is at fault. A convex facial profile A indicates a Class ll jaw relationship, which can result from either a maxilla that projects too far forward or a mandible too far back. A concave profile C indicates a Class lll relationship, which can result from either a maxilla that is too far back or a mandible that protrudes forward.
Facial divergence can be of 3 types: Anterior divergence: Posterior divergence: Straight divergence: Class III skeletal pattern The hand points downward 28 The lower lip covers the entire labial surface of the lower anterior and mm of the incisal edge of the upper anteriors.
Competent lips ii. Incompetent lips iii.
Potentially incompetent lips iv. Everted lips 30 Competent lips Incompetent lips Potentially incompetent lips 31 It causes puckering of the chin. Deep mento labial sulcus and hyperactive mentalis activity in Class II div. Assessment of postural rest position and inter occlusal space b. Path of closure c. Assessment of respiration d.
Examination of TMJ e. Examination of swallowing f. Examination of speech 45 This space is called the inter occlusal clearance or the freeway space. Forward path of closure: Backward path of closure: Lateral path of closure: Mirror test b. Cotton test c. Water test d. Protrusion of the tip of the tongue. Contraction of perioral muscles during swallowing. No contact at the molar region during swallowing.
Frontal view Profile view Oblique view 57 To assess general development of the dentition, presence, absence and state of eruption of the teeth. To establish the presence or absence of supernumerary teeth. To determine the extent of root resorption of deciduous teeth.