A Study on the Relapse change after orthodontic Treatment in skeleta class III with Reversed Occlusion.
Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C).
|Research Institution||OHU University|
YAMAGUCHI Toshio Dept.of orthodontic, OHU Univ.School of Dentistry, Professor., 歯科矯正学講座, 教授 (90083469)
UMEMURA Sachio Dept.of orthodontic, OHU Univ.School of Dentistry, Assistant Professor., 歯科矯正学講座, 講師 (80151934)
NEMOTO Tomoaki Dept.of orthodontic, OHU Univ.School of Dentistry, Assistant., 歯科矯正学講座, 助手 (50254868)
FUKUI Kazunori Dept.of orthodontic, OHU Univ.School of Dentistry, Assistant., 歯科矯正学講座, 助手 (30199179)
ITABASHI Jin Dept.of orthodontic, OHU Univ.School of Dentistry, Assistant., 歯科矯正学講座, 助手 (00193417)
|Project Fiscal Year
1994 – 1995
Completed(Fiscal Year 1995)
|Budget Amount *help
¥1,800,000 (Direct Cost : ¥1,800,000)
Fiscal Year 1995 : ¥400,000 (Direct Cost : ¥400,000)
Fiscal Year 1994 : ¥1,400,000 (Direct Cost : ¥1,400,000)
|Keywords||Skeletal class III / Relapse / Occlusal Plane / Skeletal system / Dental system / 反対咬合 / 後戻り / 咬合平面 / 骨格系 / 歯系 / 歯素|
In order to determine at which stage the relapse occurs and what kind of change is produced in patients (18 males and 12 females) diagnosed as skeletal reversed occlusion, lateral X-ray cephalograms obtained at the first examination, at completion of active treatment and after 1 and 3 year retention were evaluated.
The results were as follows.
1.changes during the period from completion of active treatment to 1-year retention.
1) Skeletal system :
Due to changes in SNP protrusive movement of the mandible was observed.
2) Dental system :
Some changes occurred in the L1-mandibular plane, including inclination of front teeth on the mandible.
3) Occlusal plane :
The occlusal plane showed no change in a stabilized state.
2.Changes during the period from 1-year retention to 3-year retention
1) Skeletal system
Due to changes in SNB and SNP protrusive movement of themandible was observed.
2) Dental system
There were changes in overjet and U1-SN with labial in clination of upper front teeth.
3) Occlusal plane angle
The Occlusal plane showed no changes in a stabilized state.
Those results indicate that the relapse phenomena after orthodontic treatment for reversed occlusion were mandible protrusive movement in the skeletal system and labial inclination of upper and lower front teeth in the dental system and SN-occlusal plane angle was decreased in change during the period from after 1-year to 3-year retention.
Research Output (6results)