tooth inclination

tooth inclination

the angle of slope of a tooth or teeth from the vertical plane. Inclinations may be mesial, distal, lingual, buccal, or labial.
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The relation of the translatory agonistic tooth movement and changes in tooth inclination may be assessed after the performed extraction of the first permanent molars since the consequences of extraction depend on the individual biological reaction of the tissue and present an individual reaction to the conditions governing this stadium of development [6].
where L is the length from the top of the crown to the point of hypomochlion, and a is the measured angle of tooth inclination.
2]) are the result of movement that occurred due to the change of tooth inclination [DELTA]" and translatory movement ([DELTA]') (Figure 1).
The conditions of tooth inclination were measured in panoramic x-rays, and those were angles created by vertical axes [P.
The relation, expressed by the mathematical expression, between the translatory movement and tooth inclination has been confirmed by the given results of the correlation coefficient value, but only in case of late extractions (Table 3).
According to our results, it may be said that there is mutual dependency between the changes of linear lengths and the angle of tooth inclination with late extractions.
By analyzing the significance of differences, it has been found that the change of tooth inclination does not depend on whether it refers to early or late extraction.
The perception of tooth inclination can be viewed from the frontal aspect around the central vertical midline, which acts like a fulcrum around which axial inclination of teeth on either side exhibit a phenomenon of balance of lines Natural smiles show a deviation from the standard axial inclination.
Rotations, diastemas, incorrect tooth inclinations and angulations may therefore be treated very quickly using this versatile technique.
Orthopantomograph were taken to ensure similarity of tooth inclinations according to Winter's classification (vertical horizontal mesioangular and distoangular positions).