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Dental age estimation from the developmental stage of the third molars in western Chinese population

The purpose of this study is to provide reference data about estimating dental age from third molars of the western Chinese population for comparing with other populations and being applied to the age estimation of western Chinese juveniles and adolescents. A total of 2078 digital panoramic radiogra... Full description

Journal Title: Forensic Science International 10 June 2012, Vol.219(1-3), pp.158-164
Main Author: Li, Guo
Other Authors: Ren, Jiayin , Zhao, Shuping , Liu, Yuanyuan , Li, Na , Wu, Wanhong , Yuan, Shanshan , Wang, Hu
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title: Dental age estimation from the developmental stage of the third molars in western Chinese population
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  • Li, Guo
  • Ren, Jiayin
  • Zhao, Shuping
  • Liu, Yuanyuan
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  • Wu, Wanhong
  • Yuan, Shanshan
  • Wang, Hu
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  • Dental Age Estimation
  • Third Molar
  • Western Chinese Population
  • Demirjian'S Method
  • Public Health
ispartof: Forensic Science International, 10 June 2012, Vol.219(1-3), pp.158-164
description: The purpose of this study is to provide reference data about estimating dental age from third molars of the western Chinese population for comparing with other populations and being applied to the age estimation of western Chinese juveniles and adolescents. A total of 2078 digital panoramic radiographs of 989 male and 1089 female Chinese subjects aged between 5 and 23 years were examined. The mineralization status of the third molars was assessed using the formation stages described by Demirjian et al. with two modifications. The results showed that the development of third molars in the western Chinese population was likely to begin at age 5 in both males and females. The third molars 28 and 48 showed significantly higher frequency in females than in males. The third molars 18 in the stage 1, 38 in the stages 1, A and G, and 48 in the stage H showed significantly older average age in females than in males. The Demirjian's stages C and D could be used as a reference stage to determine...
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The purpose of this study is to provide reference data about estimating dental age from third molars of the western Chinese population for comparing with other populations and being applied to the age estimation of western Chinese juveniles and adolescents. A total of 2078 digital panoramic radiographs of 989 male and 1089 female Chinese subjects aged between 5 and 23 years were examined. The mineralization status of the third molars was assessed using the formation stages described by Demirjian et al. with two modifications. The results showed that the development of third molars in the western Chinese population was likely to begin at age 5 in both males and females. The third molars 28 and 48 showed significantly higher frequency in females than in males. The third molars 18 in the stage 1, 38 in the stages 1, A and G, and 48 in the stage H showed significantly older average age in females than in males. The Demirjian's stages C and D could be used as a reference stage to determine...

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