Cephalometric analysis plays an important role in orthodontic diagnosis and treatment; over the past half-century, increasingly comprehensive and accurate cephalometric systems have been developed. Overreliance on cephalometric data, however, can be problematic if different systems yield different diagnostic results. The present study compared the Steiner, Ricketts, and Cervera analyses, which are based on different reference planes, in the skeletal diagnosis of 35 patients with class II maloclusion

Differences in skeletal Class II diagnosis using various cephalometric analyses

DENOTTI, GLORIA;
2008

Abstract

Cephalometric analysis plays an important role in orthodontic diagnosis and treatment; over the past half-century, increasingly comprehensive and accurate cephalometric systems have been developed. Overreliance on cephalometric data, however, can be problematic if different systems yield different diagnostic results. The present study compared the Steiner, Ricketts, and Cervera analyses, which are based on different reference planes, in the skeletal diagnosis of 35 patients with class II maloclusion
skeletal class II; cephalometric analyses
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