MEASUREMENTS OF BONE DENSITY ON PANORAMIC RADIOGRAPHS WITH ANGLE`S MALOCCLUSION CLASSIFICATION OF MALE PATIENTS AGED 13-30 IN RSGM UNPAD

  • Bone density is known as the amount of mineral in bone tissue or bone mineral density, it follows the concept of mass of mineral per volume of bone. Assessment of jaw bone density may be considered useful and necessary in planning of implant, therapeutic evaluation and orthodontic and orthognathic treatments for malocclusion patients. The purpose of this research is to determine the results of the measurement of jaw bone density on malocclusion male patients aged 13-30 years old by using panoramic radiographs. This research is done by using Image J software with 40 x 40 pixels intensity on digital panoramic radiographs. The samples of 32 patients of Angle’s Class I malocclusion, 26 patients of Angle’s Class II malocclusion and 22 patients of Angle’s Class III malocclusion were obtained from Dental Hospital, Padjadjaran University Bandung are collected to be analyzed by using descriptive statistics. The mean trabecular percentage is 25.336% for Class I malocclusion, 24.477% for Class II malocclusion, 24.364% for Class III malocclusion male patients. From the results of the study, it can be concluded that individual with Angle’s class I malocclusion indicates the highest bone density, followed by Class II and Class III malocclusion

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Author:Angeline Yong Wan Ping
Series (Serial Number):Skripsi (000016985)
Document Type:Skripsi
Language:Indonesian
Year of Completion:2017
Year of first Publication:2017
Release Date:2020/10/01
Tag:Angle`s Malocclusion, Bone Density, Panoramic Radiographs, Trabecular Percentage
Student ID (NPM):160110132027
Institution:Universitas Padjadjaran / Fakultas Kedokteran Gigi / Kedokteran Gigi
Licence (Indonesian):License LogoPeraturan Serah Simpan