axial inclination


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ax·i·al in·clin·a·tion

(aksē-ăl inkli-nāshŭn)
Angle formed by long axis of tooth with plane of the bone from which it arises.
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When small depths of cut are used, a positive axial inclination means there is low axial pressure.
In the present study, the maxillary incisors showed pronounced extrusion, palatal movement, and alter in their axial inclination, in spite of these teeth being notched in the acrylic.