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having no irregularities, roughness, or indentations

to make even, smooth, or level

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a level of existence or development

a power tool for smoothing or shaping wood

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cut or remove with or as if with a plane

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travel on the surface of water

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make even or smooth, with or as with a carpenter's plane

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having a surface without slope, tilt in which no part is higher or lower than another

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Richardson21 concluded that there was significant greater lower facial height (LFH) and increased mandibular plane angle in AOB patients.
Class II Division 1 malocclusion with a high mandibular plane angle corrected with 2-phase treatment.
For the mandibular arch, there was statistically significant correlation between the mandibular plane angle and mandibular inter-canine widths.
Articulare: Intersection of posterior border of mandible (Mandibular plane) with basi occiput.
The SN to mandibular plane angle also decreased 4o post-treat- ment from 37o to 33o respectively.
The maxillary mandibular plane de- creased 3o from 33o to 30o post-treatment.
Cephalogram tracings were used to determine vertical parameters such as Maxilla to Mandibular plane angle and Lower Facial height and study casts were used for Lower incisor crowding.
Facial divergence was determined by mandibular plane angle (SN-MP) used in Steiner's analysis.20 Age range of the sample was 16 years to 31 years.
Therefore, taking occlusal plane as reference would be better compared to mandibular plane or palatal plane so that buccal tube can be tipped mesially or distally, depending on the planned end relationship of molar.
(2) Also the position of gnathion which is used to form a line with gonion to measure the mandibular plane angle.
Gonial angle: AR-GO-ME###Measured at the angle between ramus height and mandibular plane.
1) SNA: sella-nasionpoint A angle, representing the positional relationship (anterior and posterior) of the maxilla with respect to the skull; 2)SNB: sella-nasion-point B angle, representing the positional relationship (anterior and posterior) of the mandible relative to the skull; 3) ANB: AB plane angle, representing the positional relationship of the maxilla and mandible to the skull; 4) A-Ptm: representing the length of maxillary body; 5) MPSN: representing the steepness of the mandibular body; 6) ANS-Me/N-Me: lower face height to total face height ratio; 7) U1-SN: the inclination of the maxillary incisor relative to the SN plane; 8) L1-MP: The inclination of the mandibular incisor relative to the mandibular plane (Fig.
L1 to Mandibular plane angle: It is the angle formed by the intersection of the long axis of the lower incisor with the mandibular plane.
The low OP facial type presents with the following characteristics: decreased OP angle; low mandibular plane angle; prominent mandibular gonial angles; strong chin relative to the mandibular dental alveolus; and Class I, Class II, or occasionally, Class III malocclusion.