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The results found that when comparing the overall and anterior tooth size ratios between the samples of Emiratis with Class I normal occlusion and the Bolton standards, no statistically significant differences were found.
Subjects were selected on the basis of the following inclusionary criteria: all children had intermediate (permanent incisors and first molars fully erupted, deciduous teeth in the buccal region--canine, first molar, and second molar) or late (canines or premolars erupting) mixed dentitions and normal occlusion (Class I molar and canine relationships, normal overbite and overjet), with no transverse, vertical or sagittal skeletal discrepancies and with a well-balanced facial profile and no report of previous orthodontic or orthopedic treatment.
Hence, the current study aimed at finding out the association between tooth sizes and the condition of occlusion of females only with normal occlusion compared with females of abnormal occlusion.
In this study, we have produced a comprehensive set of tooth width ratios for a group of Bangkok residents with normal occlusion.
Assessment of the nasolabial angle in young Brazilian black subjects with normal occlusion.
It was found that 50% of the dental arch forms in subjects having normal occlusion were best expressed by the fourth-order polynomial curves [4]:
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Indeed, in this present study, a history of breast-feeding was associated with the development of a normal occlusion.
Inspection of the patient's dentition revealed normal occlusion and no evidence of abnormal wear.
The criteria used for sample selection included: (1) normal occlusion with bilateral Class I molar and canine relationship with normal overjet and overbite (1-4mm).
Masticatory performance has been shown to be decreased in subjects with malocclusions when compared with those with a normal occlusion.