axial inclination


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ax·i·al in·clin·a·tion

(aksē-ăl inkli-nāshŭn)
Angle formed by long axis of tooth with plane of the bone from which it arises.
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49 Nevertheless, this mechanism produces uncontrolled inclination, therefore the incisors' axial inclination, as well as the desired positioning of the radicular apex, must be carefully evaluated.
Axial inclination is the direction of the anterior teeth in relation to the central midline and becomes progressively more pronounced from the central incisor to the canine.
Cephalometric assessment of the axial inclination of upper and lower incisors in relation to the third-order angle.