grinding-in

grind·ing-in

(grīnd'ing-in),
A term used to denote the act of correcting occlusal disharmonies by grinding the natural or artificial teeth.

grinding-in

a clinical corrective grinding of one or more natural or artificial teeth to improve centric and eccentric occlusions. Compare occlusal adjustment, selective grinding.

grind·ing-in

(grīnding-in)
The act of correcting occlusal disharmonies by grinding the natural or artificial teeth.

grinding-in

A method of obtaining improved relationship of the opposing (occlusal) surfaces of teeth by inserting abrasive paste and moving the jaws relative to one another.

grind·ing-in

(grīnding-in)
Term used to denote act of correcting occlusal disharmonies by grinding natural or artificial teeth.

grinding-in,

n the process of correcting errors in the centric and eccentric occlusions of natural or artificial teeth.