6 Recording the Aesthetic Component Ask subject to close on their back teethRetract lipsGrade the dental attractiveness of the anterior teeth
7 Recording the Aesthetic Component The grade awarded is for overall dental attractiveness rather than specific morphological similarity to the photographsFirst impressions are usually correctMain aim is to differentiate those at8 - 10
8 Dental Health Component IOTN has been simplified to twocategories: Definite Need for Treatment No Definite Need for TreatmentThe subject is examined for specific conditions and if one is found, a Definite Need for Treatment is recorded and no further conditions are sought.
9 Recording the DHC Examine each subject for: Missing teeth Overjets CrossbitesDisplacement of contact pointsOverbites= MOCDO
10 Recording the DHC Examine the subject using the ‘MOCDO’ scale As soon as a definite treatment need threshold is reached, then the examination is stopped
11 ‘MOCDO’Missing teethOverjetsCrossbitesDisplacement of contact pointsOverbites