dental arch


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dental arch

[¦dent·əl ′ärch]
(anatomy)
The parabolic curve formed by the cutting edges and masticating surfaces of the teeth.
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The variability of bite force measurement between sessions, in different positions within the dental arch.
Arch length discrepancy is defined as the difference between the amount of dental arch space that is available and the amount of tooth size that needs to be accommodated.
Dimensional changes of the deciduos dental arch class I with crowding, using direct planas tracks.
Evaluation of dental arch width and form changes after orthodontic treatment and retention with a new computerized method.
Another study claims that masticatory force and dental arch shape form a biotype typology and that facial index is related to these two variables, that is, that in conjunction they can determine facial biotype due to certain relationship between them (unpublished data).
This irregular border resembles a human dental arch outline.
A crest, being at the reason of deformation of cartilaginous section of the septum can simultaneously be the basic point of development of anomaly of dental arch of the top jaw, i.
Rapid expansion of the maxillary dental arch and nasal cavity by opening the midpalatal suture.
The DNA Appliance, developed by a doctor who once treated children with cleft palates, uses vibrations to stimulate growth in the dental arch.
The measurement was made on the right and left side of the dental arch and the mean value of these two measurements were used as depth of curve of Spee The measurement were analyzed and statistically compared in SPSS version 10 by students \'\'t\'\' test (P less than 0.