overeruption

o·ver·e·rup·tion

(ō'vĕr-ē-rŭp'shŭn),
Occlusal projection of a tooth beyond the line of occlusion.

overeruption

[-irup′shən]
the projection of a tooth beyond the normal occlusal plane. Also called supereruption, supraclusion, supraocclusion.

overeruption

A condition in which the occluding surface of a tooth projects beyond the line of occlusion.
Synonym: supereruption; supraocclusion

o·ver·e·rup·tion

(ō'vĕr-ĕ-rŭp'shŭn)
Occlusal tooth projection beyond line of occlusion.
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The occlusal surface was covered entirely even if not all teeth need occlusal work and that was not to create problems related to unwanted teeth move- ment or overeruption.
Orthodontic correction of dentoalveloar deep bite by intrusion of the lower and/or upper incisors is indicated for cases presenting true overeruption of the incisors in patients with vertical dimension increase, excessive display of incisors at rest, gingival smile, or increased interlabial gap, it is, greater than 4 mm.
She also had Angle Class II malocclusion with retrusive upper and lower incisors, mildly increased overjet, and severely increased overbite due to both upper- and lower-incisor overeruptions (Figure 1, 2).