Nance's analysis of arch length

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A method of assessing the arch length for the permanent dentition first defined by H. N. Nance in 1947. It is the difference in length of the space occupied by the primary canine and two primary molars and the space occupied by the permanent canine and two premolars on each side of the arch.

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