A longitudinal study of dental arch
width at the deciduous second molars on children 4 to 8 years of age.
diameters and relationships to oral habits.
Based on this premise, the aim of this study was to verify the hypothesis that the facial type of an individual is not associated to dental arch
92; and there was only one negative factor load between the facial index and the dental arch
transverse measurements (-0.
9% upper dental arch
and congestion of front teeth (apical insufficiency) Anomaly of location of separate teeth on the 12 6.
Left cervicotomy was performed with later giant polyp removal (20 cm long); the pedicle was found in the upper third, 7 cm from the dental arch
, in addition to purulent fluid (10 ml) and esophageal perforation (Figure 4).
In order to evaluate distribution of contact forces in masticatory system of healthy subject using created model the distribution of reaction forces in maxillary dental arch
and temporomandibular joint discs, generated during simulated clenching into central occlusion with non-modified geometry dental arches
under action of applied force system, imitating activity of jaw closing muscles was investigated.
Palatal and dental arch
morphology in Down syndrome.
The dental cast is the traditional three-dimensional (3D) patient record for measuring linear changes in the dental arch
Coenraad Moorrees, (2) in his classic 1959 textbook, reported serial changes in dental arch
dimensions of untreated subjects with malocclusion.
Having virtually no memory, Ribbond adapts to the contours of the teeth and dental arch
Check-up has three dome bristle profile and a mirror for visual as well as manual control of the dental arch
Common radiographs include periapical views to identify the crown and root, bite-wing radiographs to examine the interproximal spaces, occlusal views to image large segments of the dental arch
, and panoramic views to identify both dental arches
and their supporting structures.
Spire Biomedical, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Spire Corporation (Nasdaq: SPIR), announced today that the National Institutes of Health (NIH), National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research (NIDCR), has awarded Spire a nine-month Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase I Grant for $114,173, to develop coatings for dental arch
wires used in orthodontics.
form is a reflection of underlying bone morphology, size and its shape.