Review Article
Volume 19 Issue 7 - 2020
Correction and Closing of the Midline Diastema in Children
Karimi M*
Department of Pediatrics Dentistry, Sepideh Dental Clinic, Iran
*Corresponding Author: Karimi M, Department of Pediatrics Dentistry, Sepideh Dental Clinic, Iran.
Received:January 31, 2020; Published: June 19, 2020




Abstract

A mismatch in tooth and jaw size in children can lead to midline diastema. Its incidence varies greatly in age groups. Multiple factors may contribute to the formation of midline diastema which including wrong oral habits, dental or skeletal anomalies, physical barriers, and soft tissue disharmony. In additions, some other factors such as genetic, normal dento-alveolar can play roles. Closure of diastema and spaces can be accomplished by orthodontic movement or by restorations. Any orthodontic movement is unlikely to be stable over long periods of time and some degree of retention, using either a removable appliance for night-time wear or a fixed wire retainer is inevitable.

Keywords: Diastema; Oral Habit; Orthodontic Movement; Dental or Skeletal Anomalies; Physical Barriers; Dento-Alveolar; Soft Tissue Disharmony

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Citation: Karimi M. “Correction and Closing of the Midline Diastema in Children”. EC Dental Science 19.7 (2020): 71-77.

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