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incisal

 [in-si´sal]
pertaining to the cutting edge of an anterior tooth.

in·ci·sal

(in-sī'zăl),
Cutting; relating to the cutting edges of the incisor and cuspid teeth.
[L. incido, pp. -cisus, to cut into]

incisal

/in·ci·sal/ (in-si´z'l)
1. cutting.
2. pertaining to the cutting edge of an anterior tooth.

incisal

(ĭn-sī′zəl)
adj.
Of, relating to, or being the cutting edge of an incisor or canine tooth.

incisal

[insī′zəl]
Etymology: L, incidere, to cut into
1 cutting.
2 pertaining to the cutting edge of an anterior tooth.

in·ci·sal

(in-sī'zăl)
Cutting; relating to the cutting edges of the incisor and canine teeth.
[L. incido, pp. -cisus, to cut into]

in·ci·sal

(in-sī'zăl)
Cutting; relating to the cutting edges of the incisor and cuspid teeth.
[L. incido, pp. -cisus, to cut into]

incisal (insī´zəl),

adj relating to the cutting edge of the anterior teeth, incisors, or canines.
incisal angle,
incisal edge,
n the cutting surface of the incisors.
incisal guidance angle,
incisal guide,
incisal guide pin,
incisal rest,

incisal

the cutting edge of an incisor or canine tooth.
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Although there is no universally accepted definition of or classification system for trismus, most practitioners agree that the diagnostic criteria include a maximal incisal opening (MIO) of 20 to 35 mm.
The detofacial analysis showed a convex curve of the incisal edge to lower lip, considered the ideal situation in 47,1% of cases and straight incisal edge to lower lip in 45,3% of cases.
Com relacao a analise da curvatura incisal (Figura 4), partiu-se do principio de que a linha curva imaginaria, que acompanha o trajeto das bordas dos quatro dentes antero-superiores e das pontas de cuspide dos caninos superiores, deve coincidir ou correr paralelamente com a curvatura da borda interna do labio inferior (MILLER, 1989).
Objective evaluation of TMJ function, maximum incisal opening (MIO), and lateral excursions were recorded on all patients.
Impressions were also made of provisional restorations for fabrication of a new custom incisal guide table.
Based on the work of Smith (1992), Nette and Power (NSDNR 1999) devised a 3-level classification system for categorizing the degree of incisor breakage used in this study: slight--indicates < 30% of tooth material missing from the incisal surface; moderate--indicates 30-60% of tooth material missing from the incisal surface; and severe--indicates > 60% of tooth material missing from the incisal surface.
fruits) and drinking large quantities of diet soda, all of which are extremely acidic, contribute to increased rate of tooth erosion, leading to thin or discolored enamel with sharp or notched appearance of incisal edges, raised amalgams, open anterior bites, and cheilosis (Bishop et al.
In children exposed to lead sources from mining, paint, or gasoline in communities such as the Broken Hill lead mining community, it has been shown that the source of lead from the incisal sections was different from the source of lead in the cervical sections of deciduous teeth, reflecting the change in lead from exposure in utero to that in early childhood (Gulson 1996; Gulson and Wilson 1994).
Thinning of the radial enamel was noted in the medial groove of the upper incisor of Geomys, and also has been noted in the incisal groove of a pocket mouse, Chaetodipus penicillatus (T.
Talk about: Diastemas, crowded, rotated, yellow teeth and teeth with uneven incisal edges.
Mondial 8i-5 degree posteriors, as with all Mondial i teeth, offer such exceptional features as increased transparency and an enhanced incisal edge for those special cases or customers who require enhanced characteristics.
The rubber stopper on the inserted file was then set to the incisal reference point.