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Table. 2.

Table. 2.

Case I patient’s pre- and post-treatment cepha- lometric analysis. It shows dental change of both incisors but skeletal pattern was not changed significantly

MeasurementMeanInitialFinal
SNA (°)81.690.9**89.9**
SNB (°)79.285.5**85.1**
ANB (°)2.55.4*4.8*
FMA (°)24.319.2*19.2*
FMIA (°)59.856.459.6
IMPA (°)95.9104.4*101.2
L1 to APo (mm)4.77.0*5.9
U1 to FH (°)116.0113.4108.8*
U1 to SN (°)106.9108.9103.6
IIA (°)123.8123.0130.8

, 1 standard deviation; **, 2 standard deviation.

SNA, the angle of sella-nasion-A point; SNB, the angle of sella- nasion-B point; ANB, the angle of A point-nasion-B point; FMA, Frankfort mandibular plane angle; FMIA, Frankfort mandibular inci- sor angle; IMPA, the angle of the lowermost tangent to the mandible and the long axis of mandibular incisors; L1 to APo, linear distance from tip of lower incisor to A point to pogonion line; U1 to FH, the angle of the long axis of maxillary central incisors between Frank- fort plane; U1 to SN, the angle of the long axis of maxillary central incisors between sella-nasion plane; IIA, interincisal angle.

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