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Comparison of dental arch measurements in the primary dentition between contemporary and historic samples.
Growth of the anterior dental arch in black American children: a longitudinal study from 3 to 18 years of age.
This model shows that masticatory force, dental arch shape, and facial index biotype all form a biotype typology, the latter being associated with masticatory force and dental arch transverse measurements.
5%), and upper retrognathism with constriction of the upper dental arch and density of front teeth (apical insufficiency) (12.
M2 EQUITYBITES-September 28, 2011-Spire Biomedical awarded nine month grant of over USD100,000 by NIH for dental arch wire coatings(C)2011 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
For example, a dental arch that has a narrow or acute angle of curvature towards the anterior, or that features large mandibular anterior tori that protrude lingually, may feature a small horizontal distance between the opposing lingual sides of the arch towards the anterior.
The nightguards were laid on the teeth of the lower dental arch, and were used during sleep, for at least 6 hours of 24 hours.
Before dental implants can return the jaws to full function, reconstruction must precisely position the implant supporting bone to the opposing dental arch, a requirement seldom achieved without surgical revisions.
In prosthesis fabrication, anterior artificial dental arch, denture flange and appropriate occlusal vertical dimension are important factors in successfully restoring the esthetic objective3.