disocclusion

disocclusion

(dĭs″ŏ-kloo′zhŭn)
Loss of contact between opposing teeth.
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After reviewing the various occlusal concepts, we are of the opinion that it is best to achieve posterior disocclusion in full mouth rehabilitation to avoid harmful lateral forces.
Review and preview: Disocclusion by inpainting for image-based rendering," IEEE Trans.
This stunning performance of the human visual system can be mainly contributed to a highly efficient three-layer architecture: A low-level layer that sparsifies the visual information by detecting important image features such as image gradients, a mid-level layer that implements disocclusion and boundary completion processes and finally a high-level layer that is concerned with the recognition
This has several advantages: Firstly, the higher-dimensional embedding allows to implement mid-level tasks such as boundary completion and disocclusion processes in a very natural way.
This can be avoided by reconstructing the curve of spee to pass through the mandibular condyle, which has been demonstrated to allow posterior disocclusion on mandibular protrusion.
Eccentric movements were also observed and posterior organs disocclusion was evaluated when making protrusion and lateral movements.
The Lucia jig was adjusted with a pear-shaped tungsten drill so that it had only one contact point in the palatine wedge vertex against the lower central incisors, in the midline, when the mouth was closed, providing a 1 millimeter maximum disocclusion between the posterior teeth.
This was because the convergent camera alignment causes relatively high disocclusion problems.
He or she can check and double check this by moving, by the reversible transition of occlusion and disocclusion of the objects (Gibson 1979).
Anterior guidance is crucial in human occlusion because it influences molar disocclusion that controls horizontal forces.
Disocclusion occurs in the posteriors during protrusion and during lateral movements disocclusion on the non-working side occurs against the canine and buccal cusps of maxillary and mandibular premolars and molars on the working side.