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hard tis·sue

1. tissue that has become mineralized;
2. tissue having a firm intercellular substance, for example, cartilage and bone.

hard tissue

In dentistry, the term used to denote any of the three calcified tissue components of the tooth: enamel, dentin, and cementum.
See also: tissue
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Key words: Diabetes mellitus, enamel, bone, dental hard tissues, mineral concentration, x-ray microtomography
A review radiograph after 3 years showed repair with hard tissue formation across the fracture (Fig 3d).
Radiographically, a hard tissue barrier under CH was noticed in 12 (55%) teeth (Figure 1) compared to 18 (64%) teeth under MTA (Figure 2).
Profile outlines of the patients are used in orthodontic treatment planning as any skeletal or dental changes either by growth or orthodontic treatment are reflected and can be measured in profile analysis of the patients.3 Lateral cephalogram is universally used in orthodontics for measuring soft and hard tissue relations as dental, skeletal and soft tissue profile view is visible on this two-dimensional x-ray.4
Pharmaceutical company PainReform Ltd reported on Wednesday the receipt of approval from the US FDA to launch two pivotal Phase III clinical trials of of PRF-110 for post-operative pain relief in soft and hard tissue.
Measurement index of hard tissue. 1) SNA: sella-nasionpoint A angle, representing the positional relationship (anterior and posterior) of the maxilla with respect to the skull; 2)SNB: sella-nasion-point B angle, representing the positional relationship (anterior and posterior) of the mandible relative to the skull; 3) ANB: AB plane angle, representing the positional relationship of the maxilla and mandible to the skull; 4) A-Ptm: representing the length of maxillary body; 5) MPSN: representing the steepness of the mandibular body; 6) ANS-Me/N-Me: lower face height to total face height ratio; 7) U1-SN: the inclination of the maxillary incisor relative to the SN plane; 8) L1-MP: The inclination of the mandibular incisor relative to the mandibular plane (Fig.
Its unrivalled clinical versatility - with the ability to treat hard tissue, soft tissue, and bone - is known to give unmatched results in treatment outcomes.
A site-specific full thickness flap was elevated revealing that the grafted area was filled with regenerated hard tissue (Figure 6).
Its versatility enables dentists to treat a wide range of soft and hard tissue conditions - ranging from moderate periodontitis to cavities to implant related procedures - all with a single, minimally-invasive device.
The "Chondrichthyes" group is characterized by a skeleton of flexible and soft cartilage lined with hard tissue and not by mineralized bone.
Although previous SARME studies correlated soft tissue changes with changes in the hard tissue, those studies included nasolabial area only (18, 22).
They address anatomy, histology, physiology and metabolism, pathologic entities simulating lesions of pulpal origin, diagnosis and treatment planning, the use of cone beam computed tomography in treatment planning, illumination and magnification in apical surgery, local anesthesia and hemostasis, the management of soft tissues, the removal of osseous tissue, root-end resection and preparation, root-end filling materials, suturing and postoperative instructions, the maxillary sinus, soft and hard tissue healing, adjunctive surgical procedures, the pharmacology of surgical endodontics, and outcomes.