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Tooth

Describing paper with rough texture, which makes the paper able to receive ink more easily.
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With the prevalence of erosive tooth wear increasing, it is vitally important that we address this preventable aspect of erosive tooth wear.
A total of 24 teeth of each patient were scored between 0 and 4 according to the severity of tooth wear using tooth wear index.
As the gear tooth wear develops, the magnitudes of the second and third gear mesh harmonic responses increase much more significantly as compared with the increase of the magnitudes of the noise at the shaft rotating frequency and the first gear mesh frequency [29, 30].
The detailed relationship between actual contact conditions and gear tooth wear were discussed [2].
Morphological features including body size, mane size, nose pigmentation, and tooth wear have been used to assign lions to age classes (e.
Frequent stops to check tooth wear can negatively affect production, but neglecting to proactively replace teeth can reduce productivity due to pocket replacement.
A study involving eighty specimens of maned wolf (63 skulls and 17 living animals) suggested that the most common oral diseases include tooth wear (83.
Thus, the length of radula will be affected by tooth wear, the time it takes to produce mature teeth, and production rate.
Though the timing of brushing in relation to tooth wear remains controversial, and more research directly targeting an acidic diet and toothbrushing is needed, this study's findings support the suggestion to brush before breakfast.
All of these properties make a critical difference in the life cycle of motorsport oil and scavaging pumps (which operate at extreme speeds) due to the importance of the gerotors regulating the fluid intake that results from thermal expansion and chemical absorption as this could have an effect on the amount of contact stress and result in localized tooth wear.