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general causes and effects of deep overbite in the human dentition

William Percival Devins

general causes and effects of deep overbite in the human dentition

by William Percival Devins

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Published by University of Toronto, Faculty of Dentistry in Toronto .
Written in English


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Thesis (B.Sc.D.)--University of Toronto, 1931.

StatementWilliam Percival Devins.
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Open LibraryOL16413311M

Traumatic deep overbite complicated with periodontal problems is a challenging problem for a periodontist as well as for an orthodontist. A thorough and systematic approach to periodontal and occlusal examination, etiological factors, diagnosis and treatment planning is essential for better treatment results. The probability of the deep overbite of the anterior teeth was % and that of severe overbite was %. Boys were more prone to deep overbite than girls (p). The rate of open bite of anterior teeth was %; it decreased with age, from % at age 7 to % at age 9.

The overbite is one of the first things to be corrected in braces treatment. What are the main deep bite causes? Overbites are mostly inherited. This means that if mum or dad has a very deep overbite their child will have that trait also. Thumb sucking can also influence the degree of overbite often resulting in deep .   Changing human dentition. American anthropologist C. Loring Brace has brought forth a theory that the human overbite of Europeans is only about years old and was the result of the widespread adoption of the table knife and fork. Before the use of cutlery, Europeans would often clamp their teeth on a piece of meat and cut off a piece with a.

different according to the cause of the deep bite. In case of anterior tooth extrusion a fixed appliance may be used (6), whereas for excess of vertical maxillary growth many authors suggest to use functional appliances (in children) (7) or surgical approaches (in adults) (8). . In general, our jaws aren’t developing fully (to fit all 32 human teeth). Contributors to this problem include baby food, sippy cups, rubber nipples, and food allergies that cause breathing issues. As a result, our faces are more narrow and less symmetrical with receding chins and weaker profiles. So do pacifiers cause teeth problems?


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General causes and effects of deep overbite in the human dentition by William Percival Devins Download PDF EPUB FB2

Deep overbite is perhaps the most common malocclusion and is also the most difficult to treat successfully. Excessive incisal overlap, which varies widely from patient to patient, is one of the primary manifestations of dental malocclusion.

1 Before embarking on a detailed discussion of deep bite malocclusion it is imperative to understand the concept of overbite. According to dentition; a) Primary dentition deep bite.

b) Mixed dentition deep bite. c) Permanent dentition deep bite. Dental and skeletal deep bite a. Simple (dental) deep bite(Fig 1, 2 and 3) A simple deep bite is localized to the teeth and alveolar processes.

In this type of deep overbite, the problem lies mainly within the dentition Cited by: 4. Objective: An increased overbite may be due to a skeletal or dental etiology that may influence treatment. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the skeletal and dentoalveolar features in patients with deep bite malocclusion in an Iranian population and to determine the most and least effective and contributory variables causing deep by: 2.

According to dentition; a) Primary dentition deep bite. b) Mixed dentition deep bite. c) Permanent dentition deep bite. Dental and skeletal deep bite a. Simple (dental) deep bite(Fig 1, 2 and 3) A simple deep bite is localized to the teeth and alveolar processes.

In this type of deep overbite, the problem lies mainly within the dentition. Overbite. Overbite is the most common bite problem people suffer from. In this situation, your upper teeth overlap the lower ones. A small overlap between the upper and lower teeth is normal. But when this overlap increases, it can create problems.

A huge overlap between the upper and lower teeth is called deep overbite. It is important to note that a deep overbite may be partly due to over-erupted maxillary incisor teeth.

INDICATIONS FOR TREATMENT. Anterior deep bite may occur in the primary dentition. If so, it is often associated with a relatively short anterior lower face height, reduced mandibular plane angle and square gonial angles.

Deep overbite, midline deviation, excessive overjet, anterior crossbite, mal-alignment, space, and open bite are frequently seen types of malocclusion in clinics. Key words: deep overbite, Trainer System™, mixed dentition, myofunctional appliance. INTRODUCTION Deep bite is characterized with increased overbite (OB) and is one of the most frequently seen malocclusions next to crowding.

In centric occlusion usually normal overbite is 2–3 mm or 30% percent or 1/3 rd of the clinical. Deep bite is a malocclusion that occurs in the vertical plane of space. Some degree of vertical overlapping or overbite is a normal feature of human dentition.

However, some patients present with excessive overbite termed as deep bite or deep overbite. The deep bite in the permanent dentition. This effect has been analysed by Eberhart et al () who, for example, stated that 5 degrees of incisor proclination would reduce the overbite by 1 mm on average. J hooks:(Linge and Linge show that J hook cause rootre-sorption).

Degushi compared TAD with J hook for intrusion and found the result is and mm respectively. Dahl. This has seen a change from an aligned top and bottom row of teeth, end-to-end bite, to what most of us have nowadays, an overbite, where the bottom row now fit compactly underneath the top row.

While deep overbite typically accompanies all classes of malocclusion, it is singled out in this article as the prominent component of malocclusion.

We review the evidence-based treatment of deep overbite, mostly of lower tier on the evidence hierarchy. Accordingly, challenges to treatment emerge with the lack of firm guidelines for treatment. The deep overbite can be classified: • According to its origin – dental and skeletal deep bite.

• According to the function – true and pseudo deep bite. • Depending on the extent of deep bite – incomplete and complete overbite. • According to the dentition – deep overbite in primary, mixed and permanent dentition.

Tooth proclination, the so-called side effect of maxillary incisor intrusion using miniscrews, can thus benefit correction of the incisor inclination. Above all, the combination of anterior and posterior vertical control effectively facilitated correction of both the high mandibular plane angle and the deep overbite with the gummy smile A deep bite can be easily corrected these days with one of the many effective orthodontic and restorative treatment options.

Malocclusion (or a bad bite) is the result of misalignment of the teeth and jaws, often caused by genetics, but can also be due to teeth crowding, bad, worn or decayed teeth, poor or failing dental work and missing teeth, particularly missing back teeth.

These effects are most often achieved biomechanically via bite plates, reverse curve archwires, step bends in archwires, and intrusion arches. Extrusion of posterior teeth is one of the most common methods to correct deep overbite. In teens and adults, chronic nail-biting and chewing of writing utensils, such as pencils or other objects, can cause an overbite.

So too can losing teeth without timely repair cause an overbite. According to the American Dental Association, nearly 70% of children exhibit the signs of having an overbite. Other causes for an overbite are: Genetics.

Pediatric cancer, a common cause of fatalities in children, is reviewed and how the multimodal treatment approach of surgery, radiotherapy, and chemotherapy is used to eradicate the disease.

The acute and long-term oral and dental sequelae of medical therapies are described, and the importance of routine oral hygiene through the entire oncology. Changing human dentition. American anthropologist C.

Loring Brace has brought forth a theory that the human overbite of Europeans is only about years old and was the result of the widespread adoption of the table knife and fork.

Before the use of cutlery, Europeans would often clamp their teeth on a piece of meat and cut off a piece with a. A Class II division 2 malocclusion is characterised by upper front teeth that are retroclined (tilted toward the roof of the mouth) and an increased overbite (deep overbite), which can cause oral problems and may affect appearance.

This problem can be corrected by the use of special dental braces (functional appliances) that move the upper front teeth forward and change the growth of the. The effect of dentition on speech becomes more complicated when a child has both an articulation disorder, as well as an incorrect bite (e.g., “open bite”).

For example, if a child is working on correctly producing the sound /s/, but also has an open bite, it will be difficult for them to reach that speech goal due to the fact that.The results showed that deep overbite and overjet, both more than mm, were the most frequent discrepancies, affecting and per cent of patients, respectively.Problems related to deep overbite can include soft tissue trauma, a lack of inter-occlusal space, and tooth wear.

Restorative management of the deep overbite has been reported [1].However, in.