IOTN INDEX PDF

This mandate introduced a descriptive index that is more valid from a biological view, using qualitative analysis instead of a quantitative. This index is of use as it divides the arches into segments which would result in a more accurate outcome. It classifies malocclusions into four categories based on the necessity of the treatment need. It was published for use in by Russo et al. This index illustrates the need for orthodontic intervention and is used to establish a relationship between the registered onset of orthodontic treatment and disorders inhibiting growth of facial and alveolar bones, and the development of the dentition along with the IOTN index. This system claims to be more efficient than the PAR and IOTN indices as it only requires a single measurement protocol but this has still to be validated to be used in the UK and the issue that It does not suitably predict appearance, function, speech or treatment need for individuals attending general dental practice for routine dental treatment, so for these reasons is it generally never used.

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This mandate introduced a descriptive index that is more valid from a biological view, using qualitative analysis instead of a quantitative. This index is of use as it divides the arches into segments which would result in a more accurate outcome.

It classifies malocclusions into four categories based on the necessity of the treatment need. It was published for use in by Russo et al. This index illustrates the need for orthodontic intervention and is used to establish a relationship between the registered onset of orthodontic treatment and disorders inhibiting growth of facial and alveolar bones, and the development of the dentition along with the IOTN index.

This system claims to be more efficient than the PAR and IOTN indices as it only requires a single measurement protocol but this has still to be validated to be used in the UK and the issue that It does not suitably predict appearance, function, speech or treatment need for individuals attending general dental practice for routine dental treatment, so for these reasons is it generally never used.

It is a paediatric type version of the ROMA scale. It measures occlusal parameters, skeletal and functional factors that may represent negative risks for a physiological development of the orofacial region, and indicates the need for preventative or interceptions orthodontic treatment using a score scale.

This index is therefore used to classify the malocclusions observed at an early stage on a risk-based scale. Aesthetic Based Orthodontic Indexes[ edit ] Assessment of the aesthetics is mostly subjective and any orthodontic index which has an aesthetic component can reduce the objectivity of the index in determining the need for treatment and theoretically not suitable for assessing orthodontic treatment need in a research setting or resource allocation.

October American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics. Archived from the original on Retrieved CO;2 , Prevalence of malocclusion in children aged 14 to 18 years. American Journal of Orthodontics, v. ISSN Methods of assessing and grading malocclusion: a review.

Aust Orthod J, v. ISSN Print Vankirk, Lawrence American Journal of Orthodontics.

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What is the IOTN?

The IOTN is used to assess the need and eligibility of children under 18 years of age for NHS orthodontic treatment on dental health grounds. The British Orthodontic Society believes that, if treatment has to be rationed, then the IOTN is an objective and reliable way to select those children who will benefit most from treatment and is a fair way to prioritise limited NHS resources. The accurate use of IOTN requires specialist training and the assessment of dental health need for orthodontics using the IOTN should take place in a specialist orthodontic practice. A simplified summary of the IOTN assessment is provided below. Grade 3 is for greater irregularities which normally do not need treatment for health reasons. The NHS does recognise that some children need and benefit from orthodontic treatment on the basis of poor aesthetics. The Aesthetic Component of the IOTN is a scale of 10 colour photographs showing different levels of dental attractiveness.

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