infraclusion

infraclusion

 [in″frah-kloo´zhun]
a condition in which the occluding surface of a tooth does not reach the normal occlusal plane and is out of contact with the opposing tooth.

in·fra·clu·sion

(in'fră-klū'zhŭn),
The state wherein a tooth has failed to erupt to the maxillomandibular plane of interdigitation.
Synonym(s): infraocclusion, infraversion (3)

infraclusion

/in·fra·clu·sion/ (-kloo´zhun) a condition in which the occluding surface of a tooth does not reach the normal occlusal plane and is out of contact with the opposing tooth.

infraclusion

[in′frəklo̅o̅′zhən]
Etymology: L, infra, below + occludere, to close up
malocclusion in which a tooth has failed to erupt fully and reach the line of occlusion and is out of contact with the opposing tooth. Also called infraversion.

in·fra·clu·sion

(in'fră-klū'zhŭn)
The state wherein a tooth has failed to erupt to the maxillomandibular plane of interdigitation.
Synonym(s): infraocclusion, infraversion (3) .

in·fra·clu·sion

(in'fră-klū'zhŭn)
State wherein a tooth fails to erupt to the maxillomandibular plane of interdigitation.
Synonym(s): infraocclusion.

infraclusion (in´frəkloo´zhən),

n (infraversion) the position occupied by a tooth when it has failed to erupt sufficiently to reach the occlusal plane.

infraclusion

a condition in which the occluding surface of a tooth does not reach the normal occlusal plane and is out of contact with the opposing tooth.