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The Chi-square test revealed no relationship between bilateral symmetry in root canal morphology and tooth position ( ?
Zilberman, "Surgical exposure, orthodontic movement, and final tooth position as factors in periodontal breakdown of treated palatally impacted canines," American Journal of Orthodontics, vol.
It was also found that laser treatment efficiency is related to parameters such as power, treatment time, tip type, and tooth position. However, a smooth titanium plate is usually used as the test specimen to investigate the parameter influence in laser treatment in most current researches [10,11].
It has some features of the Iguanodontidae teeth noted by Norman and Weishampel (2004); Paul, (2007, 2011) and Norman, (2011, 2013), such as possessing only one replacement tooth per tooth position, the labial surface of the crown is thickly enameled and has a strongly denticulate margin and is dominated by a very large primary ridge arising from the base of the crown.
Variation in tooth position: a metric study of variation and adaptation in the deciduous and permanent dentitions.
Tooth position Structure Class I Class II Horizontal 4.58% 1.53% Vertical 8.40% 5.34% Semivertical 57.25% 6.87% Note: Table made from bar graph.
A natural looking visibly straighter smile in 6 months or absolute perfection of tooth position to the mm after 2 years and extractions.
However, an adequate supragingival plaque control depends on various factors, including the recognized difficulty to obtaining patient compliance regarding to the daily routine, as well as the intraoral condition, such as tooth position on the arches.