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Four upper last maxillary teeth are the main cause of OAC but the tooth most often related varies depending on sample consulted.
001) were found between panoramic radiography and CBCT images for presence, location and neighborhood with the posterior maxillary teeth of maxillary sinus septa.
A Class I occlusion was achieved through distal tipping of the maxillary teeth and a mesial, vertical movement of the mandibular dentition.
Although in the present study more maxillary teeth in total were affected compared to the mandibular, when molars were evaluated, mandibular teeth were much more affected than maxillary teeth.
The voice recording guides the user through brushing the maxillary teeth for one minute, and then the mandibular for the second minute, ending the sequence with a "great job
The caudal spot current in fresh collected specimens is absent in holotype; the predorsal region is rounded forming a keel as in cotype but not in holotype; maxillary with 1 to 3 teeth and only 1 maxillary teeth in A.
Upper incisors orthodont, without grooves or striae; maxillary teeth hypsodont; molar toothrow posteriorly divergent, procingulum of M1 slightly divergent anteriorly.
3 that supreme forces acted on the posterior teeth in both sides of dental arch, articular discs were loaded nearly symmetrically and with less force; ultimate force vectors were directed along the axes of teeth, lateral vectors were negligible; and rotational moments in the centers of resistance of maxillary teeth were insignificant.
The elongate maxilla of Boiga supports a grooved fang that is located at its posterior end and preceded by solid maxillary teeth, a condition termed rear-ranged or opisthoglyph.
The dentist notices dental erosion on the anterior- portion of the maxillary teeth.
This is due to: 1) cephalad insertion of the laryngoscope blade into the mouth so that the line of sight is more vertical, and 2) similar to short mandibular distance (or 'absolute' retrognathia) (Figure 2A), a 'relative' retrognathia (Figure 2B) is produced because prominent upper front incisors require greater protrusion of the mandible to get anterior to the maxillary teeth.
Other subject covered include decision making following extraction of multi-rooted maxillary teeth, decision making in the treatment of furcated mandibular molars, alveolar bone preservation following tooth extraction in the esthetic zone, immediate implant placement in single tooth sites, and rehabilitation of the edentulous maxillary jaw using dental implant therapy.