Bone tissue amount related to upper incisors inclination.

Bone tissue amount related to upper incisors inclination. Angle Orthod. 2013 Jul 24; Authors: Nahás-Scocate AC, de Siqueira Brandão A, Patel MP, Lipiec-Ximenez ME, Chilvarquer I, do Valle-Corotti KM Abstract Abstract Objective: To evaluate the amount of buccal and lingual supporting bone tissue of 60 upper central incisors and the relationship with their inclination. Materials and Methods: Thirty healthy adult patients with no previous orthodontic treatment were evaluated using cone-beam computed tomography. Cross-sectional views were analyzed to check the amount of the bone tissue on the cervical (cervical buccal thickness/CBT; lingual/CLT), middle (middle buccal thickness/MBT; lingual/MLT), and apical regions (apical buccal thickness/ABT; lingual/ALT). The Pearson correlation, linear regression, and analysis of variance tests were used (P
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