dentoalveolar


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dentoalveolar

 [den″to-al-ve´o-lar]
pertaining to a tooth and its alveolus.

den·to·al·ve·o·lar

(den'tō-al-vē'ō-lăr),
Usually, denoting that portion of the alveolar bone immediately about the teeth; used also to denote the functional unity of teeth and alveolar bone.

dentoalveolar

/den·to·al·ve·o·lar/ (den″to-al-ve´ah-ler) pertaining to a tooth and its alveolus.

dentoalveolar

(dĕn′tō-ăl-vē′ə-lər)
adj.
1. Relating to a tooth and the part of the alveolar bone that immediately surrounds it.
2. Relating to the functional unity of the teeth and the alveolar bone.

den·to·al·ve·o·lar

(den'tō-al-vē'ŏ-lăr)
Usually, denoting that portion of the alveolar bone immediately about the teeth; used also to denote the functional unity of teeth and alveolar bone.

den·to·al·ve·o·lar

(den'tō-al-vē'ŏ-lăr)
Usually, denoting that portion of the alveolar bone immediately about teeth; used also to denote the functional unity of teeth and alveolar bone.

dentoalveolar

pertaining to a tooth and its alveolus.

dentoalveolar abscess
see alveolar abscess.
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The extraction had been performed to aid the drainage of what was suspected to be a chronic dentoalveolar abscess in the upper alveolus and hard palate on that side.
If the auto-transplant can be maintained until dentoalveolar maturation and growth cessation then the recipient site may be more suitable for future restorative options such as dental implants, hence reducing the need for extensive pre-implant preparation.
He discusses the impact of dental esthetics on quality of life; facial esthetics; the composition of an esthetic and functional dentoalveolar gingival unit or periodontal restorative interface, which takes into account the periodontal health of the bone, gingiva, interdental papillae, teeth, and biological space; treatments for gingival recession and tooth deficiencies, including implantation; and periodontal and implant treatment, such as crown lengthening procedures and connective tissue grafts.
Preliminary report of reliability of quantitative sensory testing (QST) in patients with persistent idiopathic dentoalveolar pain.
Etiology of Chief Complaint Frequency (Primary Classifications) of Diagnosis Percentage Enamel, dentin, or restoration 11,947 48 Pulpal disease 4,860 20 Dentoalveolar surgery or 3rd molar 3,249 13 Periodontal disease 2,169 9 Other dental conditions 1,008 4 Temporomandibular disorder 805 3 External trauma 603 2 Totals 24,641 100 Table 5.
Abundant illustrations and clinical images support the contents, which are arranged in sections on basic principles, dentoalveolar surgery, implant surgery, infections, oral pathologic lesions, trauma, dentofacial deformities, and temporomandibular joint disorders.
Therefore, the dosage of force applied should be reduced at minimal levels in order to preserve the biology of dentoalveolar structures.
The efficacy of a drug holiday for patients receiving yearly zoledronic acid therapy and the appropriate timing of dentoalveolar surgery (if required) are unknown and therefore require further study.
where 9 of 63 patients (14%) had no history of recent dentoalveolar procedures, yet presented with spontaneous bony exposure and alveolar bone necrosis.