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The absence of effective lip seal suggests deficiency in the natural barrier against trauma to the maxillary teeth [Yagot et al.
Table 1 Reaction forces of maxillary teeth and temporomandibular joint discs, calculated during simulated clenching with nonmodified geometry dental arches Location of Total reaction Total reaction force/moment in force in axis force in axis masticatory system X, N Y,N Right articular disc -65.
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.
In class III malocclusion, the mandibular teeth are anterior or mesial to the maxillary teeth.
Her exam is remarkable for mild maxillary sinus pressure tenderness bilaterally and tenderness to palpation of the maxillary teeth.