dental cast


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den·tal cast

a positive likeness of a part or parts of the oral cavity.

den·tal cast

(dentăl kast)
Positive likeness of a part or parts of the oral cavity.
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The rugae serve as a stable reference landmark to quantify the incisor retraction after orthodontic treatment on the dental cast.13 The eruption or loss of teeth and orthodontic treatment has little effect on the pattern and the orientation of the ridges.
Dental cast analysis show class-II dental relation with large midline diastema and anterior spaces in both affected probands.
Table 1 represents the initial age, cephalometric and dental cast measurements of the patients, and the changes of these variables with the treatment.
During summer 2017, 130 pre-orthodontic dental casts from the Department of Orthodontics, School of Dentistry, Shiraz University of Medical Sciences (Shiraz, Iran) were evaluated.
Hence, the objective of this study was to evaluate reliability and validity of dental arch measurements obtained from photographs and scanned images of dental casts with that of the conventional dental cast.
In 1994, an ABO committee was formed to begin the field testing of more precise methods to objectively evaluate orthodontic post-treatment dental casts and panoramic radiographs.
Inclusion criteria included a mixed dentition, after the eruption of maxillary and mandibular permanent first molars, and maxillary and mandibular dental casts available.
The closure report says that during investigation, it was found that Krishna ( Dr Talwar's compounder) was scolded by Rajesh for making a dental cast incorrectly.
CAUGHT: Great Train Robbers SCIENCE LESSON: Birkby Junior School pupils examine a dental cast during the school's science week
The dental cast is the traditional three-dimensional (3D) patient record for measuring linear changes in the dental arch.
(18) presented practicality of the integration of a digital dental cast into a 3D facial picture.