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Two hundred patients requiring maxillary posterior teeth extractions and having age range from 20 to 60 years were included in this study.
As reported by Lundquist and Williamson, Dawson, and Kerstein, there will be masticatory muscle activity leading to a contraction in the muscles during closed position, and this will continue when the posterior teeth are in contact during excursive movement.
Replacement of missing posterior teeth, and cosmetic dental treatment in general, depends on the perception of the patient.
That helped in restoring the worn denti- tion in the front teeth and had no major effect on the posterior teeth.
Likewise, in case of posterior teeth, popular choices for IPC were CHC (GD: 42%; PD: 29%) and GIC/RMGIC (GD: 26%; PD 38%), followed by MTA (GD: 16%; PD: 15%) (Table 2).
Aside from its transverse effect, it has been reported that RME can cause the downward displacement of the maxilla associated to the extrusion of the maxillary posterior teeth, which can lead to the rotation of the maxillary plane in the clockwise direction, thereby increasing the vertical dimension of the face (Doruk et al.
Also, 48% of the teeth extracted due to trauma were anterior teeth, while 11% were posterior teeth (P <.
She had smooth, eroded facial enamel affecting her maxillary anterior and some of her posterior teeth (Fig.
taeniopus differs from these species by having 6-7 posterior teeth rows.
Cheliceral furrow with 2 anterior and 4 posterior teeth, the two median posterior teeth fused; with 5 long bristles at posterior base of fang (Fig.
The prevalence of pain in the maxillary anterior teeth, mandibular anterior teeth, maxillary posterior teeth and mandibular posterior teeth was as 52.
There are few, if any, stains or lines in the teeth, and when the posterior teeth are affected, there is often a loss of occlusal anatomy.

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