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Synonyms for arch

Synonyms for arch

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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3 that supreme forces acted on the posterior teeth in both sides of dental arch, articular discs were loaded nearly symmetrically and with less force; ultimate force vectors were directed along the axes of teeth, lateral vectors were negligible; and rotational moments in the centers of resistance of maxillary teeth were insignificant.
The flowable nature of the biomaterial promises to allow the surgeon to reconstruct bone defects through minimally invasive surgical procedures, manipulating the biomaterial as it sets into the proper shape and orientation to the opposing dental arch.
Having individual models created by optical scanning data of separate fragments of investigative dental arch and knowing their coordinates in general system of axes allows the creation of the whole dental arch occlusal surfaces' geometrical model.
Even rarer is the presence of this condition in the same area of a dental arch and very rare is the occurrence of this condition in the mandibular anterior region [Nayak et al.
Full mouth reconstruction consists in the placement of no more than 8 dental implants per each upper and lower dental arch, acting as supports for a fixed bridge of 12 to 14 units respectively.
The stress distributions observed in the occlusal view of the maxillary dental arch with the Crozat (Fig.
The main agents causing gingival recession that have been described in the literature are dental plaque, (1) destructive periodontal disease, (2,3) mechanical trauma, (4,5) areas with absence or a narrow zone (width) of attached gingiva, (6) muscular inserts near the gingival margin, (7) reduced thickness of the alveolar bone in the buccolingual side, (8,9) root prominence, (10) irregular tooth alignment in the dental arch, (11) margins of gingival restorations (12,13) and viruses.
The dental arch dimensions of HVDRR patients have never been reported in the literature.
Supernumerary teeth are usually classified based on their morphology and location in the dental arch.