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Describing paper with rough texture, which makes the paper able to receive ink more easily.
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Mobility, pain, tenderness, and tooth fracture were the most common injuries of hard tissues; on the other hand, pain and ecchymosis were the most common soft tissue injuries.
Cats of any age and breed can be affected by tooth fractures that warrant a root canal treatment or extraction.
According to some authors [Needleman and Wolfman, 1976; Morisaki et al., 1989] posterior tooth fractures may not be detected in an emergency examination after the accident, but only be diagnosed later, when the patient begins to complain of pain.
One possible explanation is that the previously cited reports (2), (3), (4) of increased incidence of tooth fracture may pertain to a different mechanism of fracture than chipping.
The 2 major mechanisms for clinical failure for all other similar ceramic restorations are ceramic fracture due to inadequate thickness of the ceramic material (<1.5 mm) and tooth fracture due to the thin remaining walls of tooth structure ([less than or equal to] 1 mm).
Notably, both patients had repeated tooth fracture with intubation using conventional direct laryngoscopy.
They cover the teeth and thereby prevent the accidental biting of lips and tongue, protect the teeth from direct frontal blows to help avoid tooth fracture and loss, provide the lower jaw with resilient support to prevent jaw fracture and dislocation and facilitate prevention of brain injury by acting as a shock absorber between the jaws.
* Using a shorter bolt, which will ensure less contact between the bolt and teeth, reducing the chance of tooth fracture.
In most cases, tooth fracture of loaded gears occurs due to slow growth of new or existing defect or microcrack to a critical size after which instant fracture occurs.
Tooth fracture is common and other risks include infection, speech impediment and nerve damage.