central incisor


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cen·tral in·ci·sor

the first tooth in the maxilla and mandible on either side of the midsagittal plane of the head.

central incisor

One of two upper and lower incisors adjacent to the midsagittal plane.
See also: incisor

cen·tral in·ci·sor

(sentrăl in-sīzŏr)
First tooth in maxilla and mandible on either side of the midsagittal cranial plane.
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TABLE 1: MEAN AND SD OF THE DISTANCE FROM THE ANTERIOR ATTACHMENT OF LINGUAL FRENUM TO MANDIBULAR CENTRAL INCISOR RELATED TO THREE CAST READINGS
Fifty-six recently extracted caries-free maxillary central incisors were selected and stored in 0.1% thymol solution at 25[degrees]C until use.
The maxillary left and right central incisors showed grade II mobility and were tender on vertical percussion.
The most frequent tooth involved were right maxillary central incisor with n = 26, 32.91% (p = .001, Mann-Whitney U test) followed by left maxillary central incisor; n = 14, 17.72% (p = .045, Mann-Whitney U test).
The compressive strain was slightly larger on the lower central incisor than on the upper incisor.
Current research demonstrated that the most fractured teeth were the upper central incisors (62.5%) and that, although 58.7% of athletes stated that a mouthguard was a necessary type of protection from dental injuries, only 4.5% wore mouthguards.
A stable occlusion was maintained, with only minor relapse at the right central incisor. Overbite and overjet were normal.
To simulate lingual loading during protrusive jaw movement, a 10 N force was applied to the labial surface of the two central incisors at an angle of 90 degrees from the labial direction.
Chronic apical infection and extensive inflammatory root resorption of central incisors. Patient 1, a 10 year old female, presented with a recurrent abscess on upper right permanent central incisor (FDI notation 11) following trauma one year previously when both upper permanent central incisors were avulsed and replanted within the hour.
Among the cases are combination syndrome, a fractured central incisor, full mouth rehabilitation with implant supported prostheses, and oral manifestations of methamphetamine abuse.
The dental star appears in the lower central incisors, first as a dark yellow or yellow-brown transverse line in the dentin on the cheek side of the infundibulum of the permanent central incisor.
An arrangement of teeth in Golden Proportion would yield relative widths of 1.618 : 1.0 : 0.618 for the central incisor, lateral incisor, and canine respectively.

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