SpeakerDr. Jeong-il Kim
Lectures 9
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2. Skeletal Pattern Analysis

Why is Skeletal Pattern Analysis necessary? 

It is necessary to analyze and classify skeletal patterns of malocclusions to find appropriate treatments.

In conventional orthodontics, when abnormalities are observed through analyzing skeletal patterns, 

treatment can focus on bringing abnormal figures into the normal range. 

However, in MEAW orthodontics, the concept is focusing on arranging teeth within the skeleton of 

an individual patient rather than fitting abnormal figures into a normal range.

At this time, it is important to evaluate not only the vertical relationship of the maxilla and the mandible, 

but also the antero-posterior relationship in order to identify the individual's skeletal conditions.

Therefore, we refer to ODI, APDI, which are the most reliable figures used to recognize vertical and 

antero-posterior states of the skeleton. It can be represented as AB-maxillomandibular triangle for 

easy viewing of skeletal forms, and it is recommended to arrange teeth within this triangle. 

CF is important as well as ODI and APDI.

The lecture summarizes the detailed explanations and meanings of ODI, APDI, and CF, 

and describes various skeletal forms and features, as well as refers to treatment methods.

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1. Vertical Analysis: ODI 1) Why is Vertical Analysis necessary?
2) ROC analysis
3) ODI
4) ODI and malocclusions
2. Horizontal Analysis: APDI 1) Why is Horizontal Analysis necessary?
2) ROC analysis
4) APDI and malocclusions
3. AB-maxillomandibular Triangle 1) MEAW triangle
2) Mandibular plane
3) Palatal pla
4. Exercise: ODI, APDI and CF 1) ODI, APDI, CF and FMA for each case and clinical significance
5. Combination Factor (CF) (Part 1) 1) Meaning and background of combination factor
2) Low CF vs. High CF
3) Low angle vs. High angle
4) Bjőrk study
6. Combination Factor (CF) (Part 2) 1) CF and Speed of tooth movement, Skeletal volume, and Cortical bone thickness
2) High CF vs. Low CF
3) Dr. Sato concept vs Dr. Kim conce
7. Skeletal Pattern Analysis (Part 1) 1) Changes in skeletal volume
2) Clinical implication of CF
8. Skeletal Pattern Analysis (Part 2) 1) Malocclusion caused by over-eruption of the upper molars
2) Class III high angle vs. Class III low angle
3) Class II high angle vs. Class II low angl
9. Revies of Landmarks for ODI, APDI, and CF 1) Mandibular plane
2) Palatal plane
3) Palatal plane angle
4) AB plane angle
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