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cuspid

[′kəs·pəd]
(anatomy)
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Canis gezi has a p2 that does not have a small accessory cuspid, a single cusped p3, and a p4 that is not proportionally enlarged or robust.
Senty, "The maxillary cuspid and missing lateral incisors: esthetics and occlusion," Angle Orthodontist, vol.
For amazon groups belonging to Ticuna, Huitoto and Cocama communities, we described the presence of winging, central and lateral shovel shape incisives, high frequency of groove and fossa forms in the Carabelli cusp, cuspid pattern Y6 or Y7, deflecting wrinkle, protostylid and sixes cuspid (Aragon et al., 2008).
(9) We should also bear in mind that cuspid expressions do not imply crossbreeding with regional populations of Caucasoid origin, as the studied sample comes from populations that make part of the Caucasoid dental complex, which include both African groups and Western Europe groups (figure 4).
Ericson and Kurol estimated the incidence at 1.7% impaction are twice as common in female (1-17%) as in male (0.51%) of all patients with maxillary cuspid, it is estimated that 8% have bilateral impactions.
Truncal valve could be Quadricuspid (40-50%), bicuspid, Tricuspid or Hexa cuspid. Left Coronary artery arise from left posterior aspect of Truncus, right Coronary artery arise from right anterior aspect of Truncus.
In vivo measurement of maxillary anterior teeth with a colorimeter showed that; 1) tooth color was best represented by its middle third, 2) women's teeth in general were lighter, less chromatic, and less reddish colored than men's, 3) aging produced darker and more reddish teeth 4) cuspid teeth were darker than central or lateral incisors, and 5) central incisors had the highest lightness.
(12) Mandibular resections can be classified according to Cantor and Curtis as follows: Class Iradical alveolectomy with preservation of mandibular continuity; Class II-ateral resection of the mandible distal to the cuspid; Class III-lateral resection of the mandible to the midline; Class IV-lateral resection with surgical reconstruction; Class V--anterior resection with bone graft surgical reconstruction; and Class VI--anterior resection without reconstruction.
(1) the distance from cuspid to cuspid in maxilla in millimeter measured with digital vernier caliper with a least count upto 0.1mm (2) shape of arch (U-shape/ square/v shape) (3) teeth alignments in anterior region in both jaws (labioversion/linguoversion/rotation) (4) teeth's width and thickness from canine to canine in both arches (5) spacing and their location (6) number of missing teeth and their location (7) wear patterns (attrition erosion and abrasion) (8) the curve of biting edges ( sharp/smooth) (9) occlusal level (infraocclusion/ supraocclusion) (10) Unique dentistry ( macrodontia microdontia etc).
The site of occurrence of POF is usually anterior to molars in both maxilla and mandible equally6 and in more than 50% of the cases in the incisor and cuspid region.7 Dental calculus plaque microorganisms dental appliances and restorations are considered to be the irritants triggering the lesion.8 The case presented here is of a female patient aged 14 years with a gingival overgrowth in thelateral incisor-cuspid area and undergoing orthodontic treatment.
In particular the forked design built in to the base allows the base pad to be easily bent to fit the complicated lingual shape of the cuspid securely.