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dental

[′dent·əl]
(anatomy)
Pertaining to the teeth.
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Socio-environmental factors associated with dental occlusion in adolescents.
The epidemiological information was obtained in two different moments: the first one implied applying a questionnaire to inquire about the interviewee's socioeconomic status, and the second one included oral examinations in order to diagnose each student's type of dental occlusion.
The dental occlusion alterations are closely related risk factors, this can be seen from early primary dentition, its importance lies in identifying which of them work most likely to alter the conditions adequate morphofunctional present in the developing dentition.
Methods concerning the oral examination Dental occlusion was analysed on the dental models in order to evaluate vertical, sagittal and transversal problems.
Dental occlusion (how well the teeth fit together) is a specialist area so your dentist may refer you to an expert, depending on his or her expertise and the extent of the problem.
Similarly, a perioperative requirement for dental occlusion did not permit use of a standard oral tube.
The Finnish Family Competence Study: the effects of living conditions on sucking habits in 3-year-old Finnish children and the association between these habits and dental occlusion.
36-38 Previously it was considered that dental occlusion does play an important role in the etiology of TMD and few studies reported statistically significant association between morphological occlusion and severity of TMD symptoms.