Abstract
RELATION BETWEEN MORPHOLOGICAL WIDTH OF MAXILLARY CENTRAL INCISORS AND THE WIDTH OF PHILTRUM IN YOUNG ADULTS OF GWALIOR REGION

*Reeta Kushwah, Naveen Kushwah, Manish Chaturvedi and Preeti Pancholi

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Introduction: Anthropometry- the measurements of man-provides scientific methods and techniques for taking various measurements and observations on the living man and the skeleton. The Present study endeavor to give the special emphesis to the influence of ‘sex factor’ on the mesiodistal width of maxillary central incisors so as to establish their morphometric criterion and its significance in both males and females. The aim of this study to determine the relation between morphological width of maxillary central incisors and the width of philtrum and to determine the mesiodistal dimension of the right and left maxillary central incisors to establish the value for the same in young adult population. Material and Methods: 60 subjects, 30 males and 30 females in the age group of 17-21 years were selected. The measures of mesiodistal width of teeth and width of philtrum were taken by using a sliding Vernier caliper with resolution of 1/100th of cm. We measure the combined with of central maxillary incisors, width of right central maxillary incisors and width of left central maxillary incisors, we establish the relation between width of central maxillary incisor and width of philtrum, specially emphasizing and sexual dimorphism. Results: The two parameters i.e. the width of central maxillary incisor and width of philtrum were found to establish highly partial positive correlation. The coefficient of correlation between the width of philtrum and other parameters such as the combine width of central maxillary incisor, width of right maxillary central incisor and width of left central maxillary incisor was analyzed for male and female. The coefficient of correlation for male was found out to be +0.89, +0.95 and +0.88 respectively (p value <0.01, highly significant). For female coefficient of the correlation was found out to be +0.79, +0.72 and +0.665 respectively. While for the whole group the coefficient of the correlation was found to be +0.86, +0.86 and 0.80 respectively (p<0.01). Conclusion: The existence of a partial positive correlation between the two parameters, the width of maxillary central incisors and the width of philtrum has been establish in this study.

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