Interlandi 10.4 - análise cefalométrica

Interlandi 10.4 - análise cefalométrica

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Áreas: ANALISE DE ESPAÇO (mod. inf.) ESPAÇO FINAL

Anterior

Média

Posterior estimat./aum.

DC= -f x2= -8

DTa: I -1qS DMm= •.•3 I

DTp: I I

Total Geral:

1-Áreas anterior e média: DTam = -1l5 m.

2 - Área posterior:

DTp= m

(EFam) = m

Ep= m xp~=+ m

Fig. lO.IV.9 - o gráfico deste tratamento mostra que o ortodontista deverá recorrer à modificação dos vetores resultantes, se não quiser autorizar extrações de premolares. No cálculo do ESPAÇOFINAL, vê-se que estão preconizados desgastes interproximais de 9,5 m para compensar, certamente, uma DTam (discrepância total das áreas anterior e"médias) de -17,5 m. A finalização é prevista com uma De (discrepância cefalométrica) de -4m.

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- São inúmeras as alternativas de preenchimento do GRÁFICO VETORIAL ORTODÔNTICO. Por serem todas elas sistematizadas, a inclusão desta documentação na pasta do paciente, é extremamente simples e rápida. Não exigirá mais que alguns minutos do ortodontista, e enriquecerá sobremaneira, a visão prévia - e necessária - dos aspectos relativos às movimentações dentárias. Em ortodontia, é indiscutível a aceitação

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