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to swerve from a straight line

to incline the body

Synonyms for arch

a curved shape in the vertical plane that spans an opening

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a curved bony structure supporting or enclosing organs (especially the inner sides of the feet)

a passageway under a curved masonry construction

form an arch or curve

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(used of behavior or attitude) characteristic of those who treat others with condescension

expert in skulduggery

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naughtily or annoyingly playful

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In the mandibular transverse dimension, a reduction in the anterior arch width was noted which can also be due to alignment of the mandibular anterior teeth.
There was no correlation between the right nasal cavity minimum transversal area and the upper arch width.
Table 1--Comparison between measuring methods of arch width in the pretreatment phase (initial measurements).
Two easily obtained linear measurements, arch width and length have been used to provide estimation of dental arch form, arch area, arch index, and length of arc of dental arcade.
10 Because of this, many indices and methods have been suggested to guide clinicians in predicting the ideal arch width.
The results suggest that crowding is more likely to be due to smaller arch widths in males whereas in females both small arch width and large teeth are to be blamed.
Since consideration of arch width for treating a particular malocclusion is of utmost importance in view of the above mentioned studies maxillary and mandibular intermolar and intercanine widths of the Angle Class I II and III individuals of our sample has been carried out.
Key Words: Class I occlusion, Class III malocclusion, Dental arch width.
The dental arch width is of significant interest to orthodontists.
The dental arch width is of considerable interest to orthodontists for diagnoses and treatment planning as it affects the space available, dental esthetics and stability of the dentition.
Arch width is noted by measuring intercanine width , interpremolar width and intermolar width.
The squarish, tapering and ovoid arch forms were determined by using the formula of arch width and depth suggested by Noroozi (Wc/Wm)x(Dc/Dm).
Pont's index was established by Pont4 in 1909 to predict maxillary dental arch width from the sum of the mesiodistal diameters of the four maxillary incisors.