IOTN, Richmond (Manchester). The IOTN is a clinical index to assess orthodontic treatment need. Requirements of medical indices: Clinical validity and. aesthetic component dental health component dhc ruler conventions for index of orthodontic treatment need. J Orthod. Mar;28(1) The use of the Index of Orthodontic Treatment need (IOTN) in a school population and referred population. Uçüncü N(1).

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Who can carry out orthodontic treatment? Dental Aesthetic Index scores and perception of personal dental appearance among Turkish university students. Further, well-aligned teeth and a pleasing smile reflect positively at all social levels, while irregular or protruding teeth reflect negatively.

What Is the IOTN | Index of Orthodontic Treatment Need

Distribution of malocclusions based on Occlusal Index molar and canine relationships according to Angle classification, overjet, overbite, tooth rotation and crowding in the arch. Orthodontic treatment need for adolescents in the Campania region: Table 1 shows the age-wise and gender-wise distribution of study population. How do I apply?

Statistically significant differences were found for perceived needs according to age. Occlusal Index based on Angle classification is the is diagnostic index.

The effect of malocclusion and self-perceived aesthetics on the self-esteem of a sample of Jordanian adolescents. However in everyday clinical praxis, most treatment decisions are based on orthodontic treatment need indices. Aesthetic Component AC represents treatment need based on social well-being of the person.


No treatment need Grade 2: Looking after your Braces Orthodontics: This was done on memory recall basis, and the subjects were not allowed to check their smile in the mirror. Of these, males When measuring and grading treatment needs we should rely on Index of treatment need.


Psychosocial impact of dental esthetics on quality of life in adolescents. Disease does not always negatively affect subjective perceptions of well-being, and even when it does, its impact depends on expectations, preferences, material, social and psychological resources and more importantly, socially and culturally derived values. The hierarchical scale has two purposes: BMC Oral Health ;9: Subjects who were undergoing or had previously received orthodontic treatment were not included in this study.

J Dent Educ ; Ootn We conduct survey regarding which index is used in deciding on orthodontic treatment need, among primary health professional care and Orthodontist. Table 4 Distribution of malocclusions based on Occlusal Index molar and canine relationships according to Angle classification, overjet, overbite, tooth rotation and crowding in the arch.

Index of Orthodontic Treatment Need (IOTN)

The sample analyzed composed of older adolescents and younger adults ranging in age between 16 and 24 years old. Please review our privacy policy.


Our 5 favourite dental apps. Borderline treatment need Grade 4: The sample consisted of 31 female and 79 male subjects older than 16 years with complete permanent dentition.

Eur J Orthod ; Grade 1 is almost perfection.

Patient Prefer Adherence ;8: If you score a 5 you have a serious irregularity, which requires NHS treatment for dental health reasons. In this study, it appeared that the gender of the patients did not influence the perception of their own dentition.

Esthetic soft tissue profile preferences among the Japanese population. Personal esthetic perceptions of the dentofacial complex and the associated psychosocial need are directly reflected in perceived need for orthodontic care.

Index of orthodontic treatment need—aesthetic component[ 26 ] Each subject was shown 10 colored photographs depicted in the AC of IOTN [Figure 1] and was asked to choose the one with the closest resemblance to their actual smile. Malocclusion, dental aesthetic self-perception and quality of life in a 18 to 21 year-old population: