Comparative evaluation of boltan’s discrepancies between male and female in northern india

Gurbir singh Dhaliwal., Veerpal Kaur and Vinod Kataraia

Present research involves the evaluation of Bolton discrepancies among the male and female visit the Government Dental College and Hospital, Patiala. Methods: Total 330 samples were taken which involve 160 of male and 170 of female patients. Statistical analysis was done in respect of Bolton’s anterior ratio and overall ratio was calculated. Results: North Indians, the mean overall interact tooth width ratio among males was slightly higher than the females. Mean overall anterior interact tooth width ratio among males was also observed found to be vaguely higher as compared with females. Conclusion: Bolton’s ratios could be consistent to use in the orthodontic diagnosis of North Indian population. It supports the concept that females showed bit smaller ratio than the males.

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