anatomic crown

an·a·tom·i·c crown

that portion of a tooth covered with enamel.

anatomic crown,

the portion of the dentin of a tooth that is covered by enamel. Compare clinical crown.

an·a·tom·i·c crown

(an'ă-tom'ik krown)
The portion of a tooth covered by enamel.

an·a·tom·i·c crown

(an'ă-tom'ik krown)
Portion of a tooth covered with enamel.
Synonym(s): crown of tooth.
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Anatomic crown width/length ratios of unworn and worn maxillary teeth in white subjects.
The root canal system is divided into two parts: the pulp chamber, located in the anatomic crown of the tooth, and the root canal, found in the anatomic root of the tooth.
Comparison of the anatomic crown width/length ratios of unworn and worn maxillary teeth in Asian and white subjects.
Anatomic crown width/ length ratios of unworn and worn maxillary teeth in white subjects.
In these situations lip line, gingi- val line and anatomic crown length are important factors for esthetic results.
In experimental groups (C, Z and T) the anatomic crowns of the teeth were sectioned perpendicular to the long axis, and the root canals were prepared for the posts.