Santosh University Journal of Health Sciences


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Author Details: Garg S, Rathee S.K, Shelja

Volume : 1

Issue : 1

Online ISSN : 2455-1732

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Article First Page : 7

Article End Page : 10


Facial Aesthetics is a primary consideration for the patients seeking prosthodontic and orthodontic treatments. The present study was conducted on 50 females age group 18-25 years in Pt. B.D. Sharma Post graduate institute of Medical Sciences, Rohtak. The photographs were clicked with the digital camera with high resolution. The maximum number of teeth exposed during full smile was 10 in 52% followed by 12-16 in 32%, 8 in 14% and 6 in2%cases, the midline relationship of central incisors to philtrum was central in 48% followed by right of the center in 44% and left of the center in 8% cases, bilateral negative space was normal in 76% followed by increased space in 24% cases.

Keywords: Smile, Prosthodontic, Orthodontics, Aesthetics

Doi No:-10.18231