terminal plane


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ter·mi·nal plane

(tĕrmi-năl plān)
Primary second molars are in proper occlusal alignment.
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In clinical situations like flush terminal plane with class II canine relationship indicates a higher risk to develop a distal occlusion in permanent dentition.
To summarize, flush terminal plane, class I canine relation, ideal overjet, ideal overbite, and spaced arches prevailed among majority of the study population without any gender variations.
* Flush terminal plane: The distal surfaces of maxillary and mandibular primary second molars lie in the same vertical plane in centric occlusion.