Five years review of extraction frequencies at S.D.M. College of dental sciences and Hospital in orthodontic department

Shanthiprasad Indra, Arun Kumar, Niranjanaprasad Indra, G C Ramesh, Ganesh Chinthan, Sachin Bharadwaj
Journal of Clinical and Experimental Dentistry 2019, 11 (11): e991-e999

Background: To find out the frequency of extraction in general, in Class I, Class II Class III patients, and to compare the frequency of extraction among sex and age.

Material and Methods: 550 cases were selected retrospectively having detailed case history, complete records of facial photographs, lateral cephalogram, orthopantomographs and study models. Frequency of extraction was evaluated separately for class I, class II and class III malocclusion and for sex and ages, using the records collected.

Results: Show that there was 59.80% of extraction in general. Comparison of sex shows that there were 66.60 of extraction in females. The mean age of males for extraction was 17.85 +/- 4.18 and the mean age of females was 18.36 +/_ 4.89. Among all the groups, Class I malocclusion shows 89% of extraction.

Conclusions: There was higher frequency of extraction comprising in general. Comparison of sex shows that there was higher frequency of extraction in females. Comparison of age shows that extraction frequency is more in late adolescent period. Among all the groups, Class I malocclusion shows higher frequency of extraction. Key words: Extraction, frequency, malocclusion.raumatic neuroma; palisaded encapsulated neuroma; oral palisaded encapsulated neuroma.

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