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Synonyms for bone

to study or work hard, especially when pressed for time


Synonyms for bone

rigid connective tissue that makes up the skeleton of vertebrates

the porous calcified substance from which bones are made

a shade of white the color of bleached bones

study intensively, as before an exam

consisting of or made up of bone

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Caption: Figure 3: Cortical holes were made in alveolar bone from canine to second premolar, curving apically to pass 3-5 mm from the apex
(25) A study by Kose et al showed that myeloperoxidase activity, number of osteoclasts, density of neutrophils and also RANKL/Osteoprotegrin ratio were increased in periodontitis which could be the cause for increased alveolar bone loss.
(19) However, to the best of our knowledge, there are no data regarding the effects of colchicine on alveolar bone loss in periodontitis.
At the end of the study, animals were sacrificed and histomorphological changes were observed on the alveolar bone. The data was collected at the end of study and analyzed using SPSS version 21.
Occasionally, a very thin alveolar bone may be present in this area, and the condition that cannot be detected with conventional orthodontic records may allow the orthodontist to ensure a better treatment plan (12).
(1) This process shows enormous potential for regenerating alveolar bone, periodontal ligament, pulp, dentin, and enamel.
The patient may present with a significant loss in vertical and horizontal alveolar bone which will make the fabrication of rehabilitation prosthesis a setback.
There are multiple factors that can produce alveolar bone resorption due to tooth extraction or loss because of severe cavities, trauma, or root fracture or even because of periodontal diseases.
Orthodontic tooth movement (OTM) results from the modeling and remodeling of the alveolar bone under a prolonged and moderate load.