facial aspect

facial aspect

[TA]
the surface of the cranium viewed from in front.

fa·cial as·pect

(fāshăl aspekt) [TA]
1. View of dental or oral surfaces directly from the front.
2. Surface of cranium view from the front.
Synonym(s): frontal aspect.
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The majority of apicomarginal defects was located on the facial aspect of the root (n=12, 70.6%) and belonged to defect class I (n=13, 76.5%) (Fig.
After that, each veneer was light-cured from the facial aspect for 40 seconds and from the lingual aspect for 40 seconds.
The DFD population deserves attention on the facial aspect since DFD causes functional changes [18], and these morphofunctional changes can accentuate expression wrinkles [19].
On eliciting the history, patient was apparently asymptomatic fifteen years ago when she noticed a small nodule like swelling in the region of maxillary anteriors on the facial aspect, which gradually increased and attained the present size and there was no contributing medical history.
This means that orthodontists and other clinicians should be cautious with the promises of esthetic improvement that they make to the patients and parents of patients, so that they won't be disappointed that the facial aspect is modified only to a certain degree.
I am more into the verbal aspect of self-deprecation but I guess the facial aspect is something that a person learns in time and I am definitely learning.
The definition for periodontitis on page 116 is stated as a "condition that develops from a preexisting gingivitis." The definition of recession on page 116 states, "In this condition the gingiva is inflammation free and usually involves only one or two teeth and only the facial aspect." Both of these definitions are inconsistent with current periodontal texts.
This hastened process is seen in the final photographs of both series, where changes in the naso-maxillary region present a foreshortened, more skeletally smooth, albeit wrinkled and sagging, facial aspect (Figure 1), and where changes in body weight and skin condition create a lined, stretched, and gaunt appearance (Figure 2).
A complete fracture line was found running obliquely from the middle third on the facial aspect through the cervical third on the palatal aspect.
Despite the tone-down, there is stiff opposition as many believe that judging a woman by sheer physical and facial aspects is degrading and goes against traditional Indonesian culture and norms.
Strangely for a game that - graphically - is one of the most advanced we've seen on consoles, the facial aspects of the main characters are quite poor.
In performing the oral cancer exam, you notice that the tissues are very red and inflamed, and you notice a moderate amount of recession on the facial aspects of the anterior teeth.