Severity and Outcome Assessment for Surgical-Orthodontic cases

 

 

 

Patient name

Demo Patient

Surgeon's initials

..............................

 

Hospital number

12345

Orthodontist's initials

..............................

 

Type of Case: Tick Box(es) Class I Class II Class III Anterior Open Bite Asymmetry

 

 

Section A: Assessment of Severity: Pre-Treatment Cephalometric Analysis

 

Date of Ceph

2011-12-11 

 

Measurement

Acceptable Range

Within Range? (Yes or No)

ANB

-1 to 7

No 

SNB

72 to 84

No 

LFH%

51% to 59%

No 

Overjet

1.3mm to 5.3mm

No 

Overbite

0.8mm to 6.8mm

Yes 

UI / Mx

97 to 121

No 

Holdaway

7 to 14

Yes 

Severity Score = Number of Yes Grades (Possible Range 0-7, lower scores represent more severe pre-treatment)

2 

 

Comparison with the National Outcomes Audit findings

 

The Mean Severity Score in the National Audit was 3.8 with a standard deviation of 1.3. Therefore 68% of cases fell within the range of 2.5 to 5.1 in the National Audit.

 

3% of cases had the most severe scores of 1 or less; 16% had a score of 2 or less; 41% had a score of 3 or less; 69% of cases had a score of 4 or less; and 92% had a score of 5 or less.

 

(e.g. A pre-treatment severity score of 2 would put that case among the most severe 16% of the national audit cases)

 

 

Section B: Assessment of Outcome: Post Treatment Cephalometric Analysis

 

Date of Ceph

2013-12-18 

 

Measurement

Acceptable Range

Within Range? (Yes or No)

ANB

-1 to 7

No 

SNB

72 to 84

Yes 

LFH%

51% to 59%

No 

Overjet

1.3mm to 5.3mm

Yes 

Overbite

0.8mm to 6.8mm

Yes 

UI / Mx

97 to 121

Yes 

Holdaway

7 to 14

Yes 

Outcome Score: = Number of Yes Grades (Possible Range 0-7, higher scores represent better outcome):

5 

 

Comparison with the National Outcomes Audit findings

 

The Mean Outcome Score in the National Audit was 5.4 with a standard deviation of 1.3. Therefore 68% of cases fell within the range of 4.1 to 6.7 in the National Audit.

 

20% of cases had the best score of 7 (best outcome); 52% had a score of 6 or above; 80% had a score of 5 or above; and 91% of cases had a score of 4 or above.

 

(e.g. A post-treatment outcome score of 7 would put that case among the most best 20% of outcomes from the national audit)