A revision of the Hixon and Oldfather prediction method was undertaken with measurements obtained from persons who participated in the Iowa Facial Growth . E. H. Hixon and R. E. Oldfather () Estimation Of The Sizes Of Unerupted Cuspid And Bicuspid Teeth. The Angle Orthodontist: October , Vol. 28, No. Dentition analyses are systems of tooth and jaw measurement used in orthodontics to and Johnston Analysis; Radiographic Analysis; Ballard and Willie Analysis; Huckaba’s Analysis; Staley Kerber Analysis; Hixon and Old Father Analysis.
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