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A revision of the Hixon and Oldfather prediction method was undertaken with measurements obtained from persons who participated in the Iowa Facial Growth Study, the same group of subjects used originally by Hixon and Oldfather to develop their prediction equation. A significantly improved prediction equation was developed.
A graph was made for clinical use in the prediction of mandibular canine and premolar widths in mixed-dentition patients.
Tags Type your tag names separated by a space and hit enter. Am J Orthod. Authors Staley RN. Kerber PE. Citation Staley, R N. A revision of the Hixon and Oldfather mixed-dentition prediction method. Staley, R. American Journal of Orthodontics , 78 3 , Coronavirus Guidelines. Visit free Relief Central.
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4 Dental Cast Analysis in the Mixed Dentition
A Revision of the Hixon and Oldfather Mixed-Dentition Prediction Method
Why do we need to do a tooth size—arch length analysis in a mixed-dentition patient? Incisor crowding is common in the mixed dentition, because the erupting permanent incisors have larger crowns than the primary incisors [incisor liability ] Moorrees and Chadha In the posterior segments of the arches, the erupting permanent canines and premolars usually have smaller crowns than the primary canines and molars [ leeway space ] Moorrees and Chadha The main purpose of the mixed dentition space analysis is to differentiate patients with severely crowded arches from those who have up to as much as 4 mm of incisor crowding but who still have enough room in the entire arch, as a result of leeway space, for successful eruption of the permanent premolars and canines and proper alignment of the incisors. The patients just described are excellent candidates for a lower lingual arch or palatal holding arch.