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ANTERIOR REGION
LATERAL TEETH
ENDODONTICALLY
INCISAL EDGES
MANDIBULAR ANTERIOR TEETH
LOWER ANTERIOR TEETH
INVENTION
SIX
CORRECTION
METHOD
PRESENT
PROBLEMS
AFFECTED
GREATER
STRESS
REPLACEMENT
BRUSHING
FUNCTION
APPLIANCE
OCCLUSION
PATIENT
MANDIBLE
RESTORATION
MOUTH
BITING
MAXILLARY
PORCELAIN
POSTERIOR
CHEWING SURFACES
POSTERIOR TEETH
CINGULUM
CUSPIDS
CUSPS
FRONT
FRONT TEETH
VENEERS
MAXILLA
LIP
CHEWING
LINGUAL
MOLARS
LOWER
LOWER FRONT TEETH
SURFACES
TEETH
CANINES
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Definitions

  1. Anterior teeth (front) are not used in the same fashion.
  2. Lower anterior (front) teeth are I crossbite if they erupt and function in front of the upper anterior teeth.
  3. For the anterior teeth, the facial surfaces are shown as a line between the facial and lingual surfaces. (Web site)

Anterior Region

  1. I would like to place mini-implants for anchorage in the anterior region for effective intrusion of anterior teeth. (Web site)

Lateral Teeth

  1. This can be caused by the protrusion of anterior teeth or the overlapping of the central teeth by the lateral teeth.

Endodontically

  1. Hu YH, Pang LC, Hsu CC, Lau YH. Fracture resistance of endodontically treated anterior teeth restored with four post-and-core systems.

Incisal Edges

  1. Incisal edges Refers to the biting edges of the anterior teeth. (Web site)
  2. Class IV Caries affecting proximal including incisal edges of anterior teeth. (Web site)

Mandibular Anterior Teeth

  1. Figure 3 demonstrates erosion of the facial surfaces of both the maxillary and mandibular anterior teeth.

Lower Anterior Teeth

  1. For a variety of reasons, she has been left just with two lower anterior teeth of her own (#22 and # 27) which were treated endodontically. (Web site)

Invention

  1. My invention can be used for anterior teeth and posterior teeth. (Web site)

Six

  1. Anterior Teeth: The six upper or six lower front teeth. (Web site)

Correction

  1. One such application is the correction of mild to moderate crowding of the anterior teeth or what we call Instant Orthodontics. (Web site)

Method

  1. No. 4,473,353 describes one method for cosmetic restoration of anterior teeth. (Web site)

Present

  1. The appearance of the maxillary incisors is often excessive and an anterior marginal gingivitis around the anterior teeth may be present.
  2. Presents with Upper Anterior teeth that are stained, incisal edges (tooth edge) are worn down and chipped, and gumline recession is present.

Problems

  1. For posterior and anterior teeth, a supragingival margin poses no problems. (Web site)

Affected

  1. The mandibular anterior teeth are never affected as they are protected by the tongue. (Web site)

Greater

  1. Whittaker (1982) reported that aprismatic enamel is greater in posterior than anterior teeth.

Stress

  1. The lower anterior teeth have severe abfractions from stress.

Replacement

  1. Some of the enhancements have resulted in better esthetics for replacement of anterior teeth.

Brushing

  1. However, because they are common on anterior teeth, they can accumulate stains that brushing cannot remove. (Web site)
  2. Also whenever you are brushing the fronts, the anterior teeth you might try using the toe of the toothbrush which is the tip of the toothbrush.

Function

  1. The technique allows the recovery of aesthetics and function of most fractured anterior teeth. (Web site)

Appliance

  1. Hence, the appliance 10 applies orthodontic force between the posterior and anterior teeth to push the anterior teeth to a preselected orientation. (Web site)

Occlusion

  1. This angle reflects the positions, contacts and loading characteristics of upper anterior teeth in Class I occlusion.
  2. Ideally, occlusion should be in the incisal one third of the anterior teeth.

Patient

  1. The loss of anterior teeth can be psychologically and socially damaging to the patient.

Mandible

  1. The incisive nerve runs forward in the mandible and supplies the anterior teeth.

Restoration

  1. This makes the crown facing and technique of the present invention particularly well-suited to restoration of primary anterior teeth. (Web site)
  2. Anterior teeth that could benefit from restoration with stainless steel crowns are selected for treatment. (Web site)

Mouth

  1. The exceptionally high forces placed on restorations in the back of the mouth may limit the use of this type of restoration to the anterior teeth.
  2. Facebow, Headgear Facebows are wire apparatus used to move your upper molars back in your mouth which creates room for crowded or protrusive anterior teeth. (Web site)

Biting

  1. According to this invention, when biting and grinding the food by occluding the molar teeth, the food can be cut off by the anterior teeth. (Web site)

Maxillary

  1. Part II describes the assessment and correction of vertical malposition of the maxillary anterior teeth. (Web site)
  2. This child exhibits ECC on maxillary anterior teeth only and may benefit from ART.
  3. In the final portion of this three-part series, problems in the mediolateral position of the maxillary anterior teeth are identified. (Web site)

Porcelain

  1. They are usually placed over the edges of anterior teeth and contact with the porcelain tends to accelerate wear on opposing teeth.

Posterior

  1. Composite Resins: This material is used as a filling material for either posterior or anterior teeth. (Web site)
  2. This material is used as a filling material for either posterior or anterior teeth. (Web site)
  3. Whittaker (1982) observed that prismless enamel was more common on posterior than anterior teeth and Kodaka et al.

Chewing Surfaces

  1. Incisal caries are caries found on the chewing surfaces of anterior teeth.

Posterior Teeth

  1. Composite is now used in over 95% of all anterior teeth direct restorations and in 50% of all posterior teeth direct restorations.
  2. Class I small carious lesions in pits and fissures of posterior teeth and lingual surfaces of anterior teeth.
  3. Comparison of caries among anterior teeth (Boys vs Girls) [corrected] and posterior teeth (upper vs. (Web site)

Cingulum

  1. CINGULUM - a raised area on the lingual surface of anterior teeth. (Web site)

Cuspids

  1. In the model 40, the anterior teeth 42 include the incisors and cuspids, and the posterior teeth 44 include the bicuspids and first and second molars. (Web site)

Cusps

  1. In other words, the posterior teeth have much larger crowns and many more cusps than the anterior teeth. (Web site)

Front

  1. Ceramic veneers are white, thin ceramic shells, made to fit precisely onto the front of anterior teeth.

Front Teeth

  1. ANTERIOR TEETH - the front teeth (incisors and cupids). (Web site)

Veneers

  1. Veneers are plates of porcelain that are bonded on the front surface of the anterior teeth. (Web site)

Maxilla

  1. Regional odontodysplasia is rare, but is most likely to occur in the maxilla and anterior teeth. (Web site)

Lip

  1. Referring to the surfaces of the anterior teeth that oppose the inner surface of the lip. (Web site)
  2. Labial: Referring to the surfaces of the anterior teeth that oppose the inner surface of the lip.

Chewing

  1. The destruction of the cusp tips may result in rapid loss of vertical dimension as the anterior teeth take on more stress from chewing.

Lingual

  1. Class I Caries affecting pit and fissure, on occlusal, buccal, and lingual surfaces of posterior teeth, and Lingual of anterior teeth. (Web site)
  2. In instances when the maxillary anterior teeth are lingual to the mandibular teeth, the condition is referred to as an anterior crossbite. (Web site)

Molars

  1. For all types of carious lesions, molars are most commonly affected, followed by premolars and then anterior teeth.
  2. The strut or support is adhesively secured in the notches on the lingual surface of the anterior teeth or in the central fossae of the bicuspids and molars. (Web site)
  3. The highest P. I. was found in the molars (0.82) followed by the anterior teeth and the premolars (0.75 and 0.63, respectively). (Web site)

Lower

  1. The fifth group, and least susceptible group, is the largest and consists of the majority of the lower anterior teeth and canines.
  2. She also showed a protruded upper lip, labial inclination of the upper and lower anterior teeth, and thin enamel.
  3. Also shown is the replacement of old veneers and a conservative treatment of lower anterior teeth with veneers instead of full-coverage crowns. (Web site)

Lower Front Teeth

  1. Anterior Teeth: Refers to the six upper and lower front teeth.

Surfaces

  1. Surfaces that aid in chewing are known as occlusal on posterior teeth and incisal on anterior teeth. (Web site)
  2. Facial: Describes the surfaces of the anterior teeth facing the lips.
  3. Fissures are the grooves located on the occlusal (chewing) surfaces of posterior teeth and lingual surfaces of maxillary anterior teeth. (Web site)

Teeth

  1. The complaint is a result of mild-to-severe discoloration of any or all portions of the teeth, typically the anterior teeth.
  2. As they erupt, the maxillary cuspids exert pressure on the other anterior teeth which often helps to close any space left between the teeth.
  3. The teeth most likely affected are the maxillary anterior teeth, but all teeth can be affected. (Web site)

Canines

  1. The canines have greater chroma saturation and also are lower in value than any of the other anterior teeth.
  2. Canines are also the only anterior teeth with a cusp.
  3. The crown is rectangular on all anterior teeth except the canines, which have pentagonal crowns.

Categories

  1. Posterior Teeth
  2. Front Teeth
  3. Incisors
  4. Animals > Vertebrates > Mammals > Canines
  5. Topology > Topological Spaces > Manifolds > Surfaces

Subcategories

Lingual Surfaces

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