Year : 2020 | Volume
: 17 | Issue : 5 | Page : 388--394
Risk factors for anterior open bite: A case–control study
Suellen de Lima Mendes1, Isabella Lima Arrais Ribeiro2, Ricardo Dias de Castro2, Vitor Marques Filgueiras2, Tânia Braga Ramos1, Rosa Helena Wanderley Lacerda3
1 Brazilian Dental Association, University Hospital Lauro Wanderley, Universidade Federal da Paraíba, João Pessoa, PB, Brazil
2 Graduate Program in Dentistry, University Hospital Lauro Wanderley, Universidade Federal da Paraíba, João Pessoa, PB, Brazil
3 Brazilian Dental Association; Graduate Program in Dentistry, University Hospital Lauro Wanderley, Universidade Federal da Paraíba, João Pessoa, PB, Brazil
Background: Anterior open bite (AOB) is noteworthy because it is a complex dysplasia, and clinical studies on this malocclusion are usually epidemiological studies or experimental models with small samples and no control group, which renders the data on AOB incomplete and therefore inconclusive. The objective this study was to assess the risk factors involved in developing AOB.
Materials and Methods: A case–control study was provided with a total of 96 lateral cephalometric radiographs of male and female patients aged between 8 and 14 years were used, regardless of facial type. The dependent variable was the presence or absence of AOB, which divided the participants into case and control groups, respectively; these groups were matched for gender and age. The case and control groups data were analyzed by descriptive and inferential analysis by binary logistic regression using at the 5% significance level
Results: The occurrence of AOB was associated with the presence of deleterious oral habits (P = 0.014; Chi-square test) and was approximately three times (odds ratio = 3.04) more likely to occur in participants with AOB. No significant association between the presence of mouth breathing and the occurrence of AOB was found (P = 0.151; Chi-square test). The odds associated with tongue interposition were 10.51 times higher than those of participants with no such deglutition. The odds associated with the dolichofacial pattern were 5.74 times those of participants with a nondolichofacial pattern.
Conclusion: Tongue interposition and dolichocephalic facial pattern were risk factors for developing AOB.
Dr. Isabella Lima Arrais Ribeiro
University of Paraíba, João Pessoa, Paraíba
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Mendes Sd, Ribeiro IL, de Castro RD, Filgueiras VM, Ramos TB, Lacerda RH. Risk factors for anterior open bite: A case–control study.Dent Res J 2020;17:388-394
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Mendes Sd, Ribeiro IL, de Castro RD, Filgueiras VM, Ramos TB, Lacerda RH. Risk factors for anterior open bite: A case–control study. Dent Res J [serial online] 2020 [cited 2020 Oct 26 ];17:388-394
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