Dental Profile Analysis of Young Indian Population 2989-2991
Dr. Saee Deshpande, I-7 Sagar Palace,
Laxminagar, Nagpur – 22, India.
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Purpose of Study: To evaluate the prevalence of canine guidance & group function and various factors contributing to dento-facial aesthetics in young Indian population.
Methodology: A questionnaire was designed including all the factors. Subjects were students of VSPM’s Dental College & Research Centre of age group 22-25 yrs. Total sample size was100.
Result & conclusion: Most prevalent type of occlusion was found to be Angle’s Type I & most common guidance pattern is bilateral canine guidance. The prevalence of Average smile line was found to be highest. Most prevalent shade was B2.Such studies should be widely conducted in all regions of the country to provide a baseline data for future reference