tooth root


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Synonyms for tooth root

the part of a tooth that is embedded in the jaw and serves as support

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Panagiota Ntolou et al12 in their study had reported that complications like mini screw bending or fracture, trauma to PDL and tooth root and inflammation of soft tissues can occur.
Stress distribution of periodontal ligament was similar to the stress of tooth root in the three groups, and was significantly concentrated at cervix of lateral incisors and canines .
Based on these finding and considering the attachment of the lesion to the tooth root, we confirmed the diagnosis of cementoblastoma.
The imaging appearance of these tumors is not pathognomonic but often displays a characteristic "soap bubble" or "honeycomb" appearance with resorption of the adjacent tooth root, particularly when seen in the retromolar aspect of the mandible.
Statistical analysis of the data of dentate persons did point out that the Parkinson's disease patients had statistically significantly more teeth with carious lesions, a greater number of tooth root remnants, and a greater amount of biofilm and food when compared to the control subjects.
Dental implant, is essentially a prototype of a natural tooth root, made of the most biocompatible metal, titanium, which fuses to the jaw bone (osseointegration) over a period of time.
Panoramic radiograph showed impacted right maxillary first molar tooth root, well-defined cystic lucent lesion between the right mandibular molarteeth, maxillary lateral incisors with Dl, and periapical lesion related with right maxillary lateral incisor (Figure 1).
Radiographically, it shows a well-defined radiolucent area around the apex of a tooth root. Although it is usually asymptomatic, the cyst can cause pain after a secondary infection.
Finally, the components of a constructed geometry model consist of a maxillary bone, periodontal ligament, tooth root, GP Cone, cast post-core (or prefabricated post and resin core), post cement, and dental ceramic crown.
A dental implant is a titanium post (like a tooth root) that is surgically positioned into the jawbone beneath the gum line that allows your dentist to mount replacement teeth or a bridge into that area.
Without the incitement of the tooth root in the attachment, the jawbone loses thickness and disintegrates.
First, the influence of the correction parameters (length, depth, shape, position) on the Transmission Error, Contact Pressure and Maximum Principal Stress on the tooth root are studied on a fast 2D Finite Element Model.
It might have cracked and could well be sore or it may develop a tooth root abscess if it is not looked at.
* Probing pocket depth : the depth to which a dental probe can be passed between the inner margin of the gum and the tooth root. The deeper the pocket depth, the worse the evidence of periodontal disease.
When root canals are required, dentists remove the nerve and blood vessel within a tooth root and replace it with a biocompatible filling material.