basal bone


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ba·sal bone

the osseus tissue of the mandible and maxillae except the alveolar processes.

basal bone

1 (in prosthodontics) the osseous tissue of the mandible and the maxilla, except for the rami and the processes, which provides support for artificial dentures.
2 (in orthodontics) the fixed osseous structure that limits the movement of teeth in the creation of a stable occlusion.

ba·sal bone

(bāsăl bōn)
The osseus tissue of the mandible and maxillae except the alveolar processes.
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11,12) This is why it has been suggested that in individuals with cranium inclination the mandible would tend to shift towards the same side and would function in an ipsilateral way thus producing greater ipsilateral maxillary basal bone growth and therefore occlusal plane reduction.
On the other hand, Hesby et al42 found that the differences in the transverse mandibular basal bone between gender and with increasing age, measured as bigonion were not significant.
Results showed that subjects in the present sample have more labial inclination of the lower incisors over the basal bone as compared to the White Americans.
It covers the indications for prescribing 3D scans and applications of cone beam computed tomography to dental fields from orthodontics to implantology, periodontology, endodontics, and temporomandibular disorders, including 3D analysis of soft tissues, airway spaces, and impacted teeth, as well as the growth and development of basal bones, cone beam computed tomography analysis of the maxilla and mandible, the evolution of cephalometry, computer assisted guided surgery, and medicolegal issues.