dentoalveolar

dentoalveolar

 [den″to-al-ve´o-lar]
pertaining to a tooth and its alveolus.
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den·to·al·ve·o·lar

(den'tō-al-vē'ō-lăr),
Usually, denoting that portion of the alveolar bone immediately about the teeth; used also to denote the functional unity of teeth and alveolar bone.
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dentoalveolar

(dĕn′tō-ăl-vē′ə-lər)
adj.
1. Relating to a tooth and the part of the alveolar bone that immediately surrounds it.
2. Relating to the functional unity of the teeth and the alveolar bone.
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den·to·al·ve·o·lar

(den'tō-al-vē'ŏ-lăr)
Usually, denoting that portion of the alveolar bone immediately about the teeth; used also to denote the functional unity of teeth and alveolar bone.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

den·to·al·ve·o·lar

(den'tō-al-vē'ŏ-lăr)
Usually, denoting that portion of the alveolar bone immediately about teeth; used also to denote the functional unity of teeth and alveolar bone.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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Berlanga et al19 carried a study in Spain to determine lower incisor dentoalveolar compensation and symphysis dimensions between a Class I and a Class III sample group with different vertical patterns.
(20) claimed that although satisfactory treatment results can be achieved with both bonded and banded palatal expanders, dentoalveolar response is more with banded appliances.
In this approach, known as a dentoalveolar distraction (DAD), the segment that contains the canine is transported as a bone block.
Facial bone computed tomography (CT) showed lower anterior dentoalveolar fracture with lingual displacement, bilateral Le Fort I fractures of the maxillae, and medially displaced and fractured right condylar neck [Figure 1].
A positive correlation was shown also between the vomeral mattress parameter (C-Ala) and anterior dentoalveolar base parameter (A-C) variables (0,504/0,020 *) in severe group (Type C).
The surgical extraction of impacted third molar is one of the most commonly performed dentoalveolar procedure in oral and maxillofacial surgery5.
In our study, soft tissue injuries and dentoalveolar injuries were common in mixed dentition, with the highest frequency found in children aged 8-10 years.
Diagnosis and treatment of severe dentoalveolar ankylosis in primary molars: case report.
Dentists' level of knowledge of the treatment plans for periodontal ligament injuries after dentoalveolar trauma.
[2,3] The treatment of maxillofacial traumas involves facial bone fractures in the head and neck region, dentoalveolar trauma, and soft-tissue damage.
Patients suffering from nonodontogenic persistent dentoalveolar pain (NPDP) continue to seek pain treatment from several doctors, not only dentists but also several kinds of medical practitioners.