milling-in

mil·ling-in

(mil'ing-in),
Refining the occlusion of teeth by the use of abrasives between their occluding surfaces while the dentures are rubbed together in the mouth or on the articulator.

milling-in

(mĭl′ĭng-ĭn)
A method of adjusting the occlusion of teeth by moving them against each other while an abrasive substance is between them.

mill·ing-in

(miling-in)
Refining occlusion of teeth with abrasives between their occluding surfaces while the dentures are rubbed together in the mouth or on an articulator.

milling-in,

n the procedure of refining or perfecting the occlusion of removable partial or complete dentures by placing abrasives between their occluding surfaces while the dentures make contact in various excursions on the articulator.