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Analysis of young adults with Midline diastema opting Orthodontic correction

Author: JANHVI MANOHAR, S.P. SARAVANA DINESH
Abstract: Midline diastema is a type of malocclusion characterised by spacing between the maxillary and mandibular central incisors. The space in midline diastema is generally greater than 0.5 mm. It is one of the most commonly reported chief complaints of the patients when compared to other types of malocclusions, as they find it unaesthetic. It is generally observed as a transient malocclusion in mixed dentition between the ages of 9 to 10 years but presents a problem if it persists beyond that. The objective of this study was to analyse the number of patients, below the age of 25 years, opting for orthodontic correction of midline diastema over other disciplines. This retrospective study was done among patients visiting a private dental hospital for treatment of midline diastema. Patients’ case records were obtained from the dental hospital record management software. The data collected was tabulated in excel sheet and then transferred to SPSS by IBM for statistics. After accessing 86000 patients’ case records, 339 patients with midline diastema and willing for Orthodontic treatment were selected for the study. Among these patients 62.4% were males and 32.6% were females. Patients within the age group of 19-22 years were more willing for orthodontic correction.
Keyword: midline diastema; young adults; spacing; orthodontic correction
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2020.12.04.179
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