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Moose incisor tooth wear on the Seward Peninsula is characterized by individual irregularly shaped teeth with sharp angles and contours (Fig.
Note: incisor tooth shape, incisor pressure, and wood density dictate the depth of the incision.
Hence maxillary incisor tooth display is inversely proportional to age and mandibular incisor tooth display is directly proportional to age.
An immature permanent incisor tooth is defined as one where the apex can be considered to be open.
Two of the children with epilepsy and 1 control child had avulsed a maxillary central incisor; 2 with epilepsy only, had a discoloured central incisor tooth.
Justice Esmond Smyth was told yesterday in the Circuit Court in Dublin that William Flynn, nine, tripped on the steel rod jutting out of the ground and broke an incisor tooth in the fall.
Study was done to evaluate and compare the impact strength of reattached fractured incisor tooth using five different adhesive materials 1) Composite 2) Giomer 3) Dual Cure Resin Cement 4) Resin Modified GIC 5) Compomer.