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3% were single-, two-, and three-rooted teeth, respectively, with no statistical relationship between number of roots and tooth position ( P = 0.
The negative experiences felt by the house surgeons during the transition period were clinical variations in tooth position, fluid control, gingival retraction, and shade selection.
In this x-ray is clearly observed only one replacement tooth per tooth position.
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.
Regardless of the exact tooth position, the posterior portion of the toothrow has been crowded and pushed slightly posteriorly.
Table 3, figure 2 shows the striking similarity of the dental impressions with its comparable tooth position with Goniopholis.
If you are happy with the upper tooth position, you would not need to wear upper braces unless the desired movement of the lower teeth required the movement of your upper teeth slightly.
Besides, his 3-year study of patients using classic CPAP masks showed that they, too, cause quantifiable changes in tooth position over time, he added.
2003), but they appear lacking because differences from posterior and anterior teeth shapes, tooth position along the dental arch, and three dimensional arrangement of teeth are disregarded.
Campagni and Caponigro (2) accurately describe the requirements of a successful provisional as one that mimics the planned restoration(s) in occlusal and axial morphology as well as aesthetics, while fulfilling its requirements for maintaining tooth position and protecting the tooth structure during function.
Dentists have long sought a way to capture an exact anatomic image of a patient's tooth position and form.