PREVALENCE OF PHYSIOLOGICAL BITE FORMS IN PEOPLE WITH DIFFERENT FACE TYPES

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Sanakhulov Jamshed

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The aim of the study was to establish the dependence of the severity of physiological forms of bite on the type of face in young people, as well as to develop a diagnostic method that would allow us to study the structure of the dentition and their relationship with the structure of the facial skull. The study was conducted among students of the Faculty of Dentistry of KhNMU. We examined 50 men and 50 women aged 18 to 25 who had not previously undergone orthodontic treatment. To study the formed groups, we used anthropometric and index methods for diagnosing face types, facial proportions and the shape of the skull, the ratio of parts of the face of the skull, followed by determining the shape of the physiological occlusion.

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