Alagu Rathi Bharathi

Department of Orthodontics, Saveetha University, Chennai, India

  • Research Article   
    Comparison of Maxillary Premolar Clinical Crown Height in Adolescent and Adult Patients with Healthy Periodontics
    Author(s): Alagu Rathi Bharathi and Sumathi Felicita A*

    Introduction One of the most crucial steps in diagnosing a smile and to provide aesthetics is to assess the clinical crown length of the teeth in the smile line. A crucial role in the functional aesthetic display has been played by the clinical crown length, not only during a full smile, but it also plays a role during speech. The ultimate length of the clinical crown of the teeth is dependent upon several factors. These factors may be genetic factors and also developmental factors. The adolescence can be grouped into three age groups including early (ages 11 - 14 years), middle (ages 15 – 17 years), and late (ages 18 – 21 years). These adolescent patients are more problematic because their stomatognathic systems have not been stabilized. Tissue migration, that is the passive eruption, as well as growth of the whole premolar tooth are ongoing durin.. View More»

    DOI: 10.18410/jebmh/2022/09.09.17

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