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The author analyzed the morphological pattern of mandibles and lower third molars in order to study and predict the impaction of the developmental third molars. The subjects consisted of 37 males and 87 females with malocclusion. The following results were obtained: 1. The mandible was shown to be shorter in the impacted third molar group than in the erupted group, both in over-all length and in body length. 2. The developmental mesial angulation of the third molar to the mandibular plane was higher in the impacted third molar group. 3. There was a tendency for impacted third molars to be slightly larger than those which erupted except Class Ⅱ malocclusion in female. 4. In the available space for the eruption of the third molar, significant space deficiency was found in association with the impacted third molar group compared with the erupted group.
The author analyzed 64 males and 65 females with normal occlusion from the childhood to the juvenile korean roentgenocephalometrically. And following conclusions were obtained by means of linear analyses. 1. Maxillo-facial structure growth continued quite rapidly until puberty from childhood, and growth of male was increased than that of female after Hellman dental age IV A significantly. 2. The order of growth increments were mandibular, maxillary, and cranial base length in both sexes. 3. In both sexes, the growth of anterior face was more rapid than that of posterior face, and lower facial growth was greater than upper facial growth of anterior and posterior face. 4. The maxillo-facial height growth was rapid than that of the depth in both sexes.