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Chi-square ([chi square]) statistics were used for testing the location of the affected tooth in the dental arches as well as the differences between the study groups in relation to the chronological time point of the potential risk factor.
No statistically significant difference was found between the location of the affected tooth in the dental arches and any chronological period of the health problem onset (Figure1).
In addition to symptoms like jaw pain and snoring, Morris says narrow dental arches can be so apparent that she can diagnose them in people she sees on television.
The nightguards were manufactured by the indirect method, after the impression of dental arches and the bite registration.
Models of mandibular and maxillary dental arches were assumed to be whole and rigid.
In order to evaluate distribution of contact forces in masticatory system of healthy subject using created model the distribution of reaction forces in maxillary dental arch and temporomandibular joint discs, generated during simulated clenching into central occlusion with non-modified geometry dental arches under action of applied force system, imitating activity of jaw closing muscles was investigated.
in Minneapolis already markets dental arches (used in braces) made of the most common shape-memory metal, a nickel-titanium alloy called Nitinol.
Zadno developed shape memory materials and products such as Superelastic Nitinol, laparoscopy instruments, guide wire materials, dental arches, and industrial products including electrical connectors.
The 3D Eclipse offers a new "Wide Mode" feature, enabling the clinician to capture full upper and lower dental arches, including the entire 3rd Molar region" said Takashi Funai, CEO at Prexion, Inc.
Dental arches are part of the bony skeleton, bearing in mind that HVDRR is a condition that affects bone; little emphasis has been placed on the effect of this condition on the dimensions of the dental arches.
Accuracy of a system for creating 3D computer models of dental arches.
During the examination the subject's head was fixed so that central facial line would coincide with sagital plane; the mandible was depressed and fixed to avoid the overlay of dental arches.