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la·bi·al·ly

(lā'bē-ăl-ē),
Toward the lips.

la·bi·al·ly

(lā'bē-ăl-ē)
Toward the lips.
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Supplemental genioplasty alone, whether performed with two-jaw surgery or secondary surgery at a future date only for advancement of the chin position, while leaving the original labially inclined incisors untreated, would never have achieved such a desirable configuration as incisors positioned vertical to the mandibular plane with protruded chin and anterior guidance.
The crown is erect and triangular, with a pointed apex that curves slightly labially. The cutting edge is continuous along the crown, and it is evenly and coarsely serrated.
For example, the ability to preserve LABT indicates that light forces allow orthodontists to move the incisors labially with less harm to the alveolar bone.
25 mm of height of the crown remaining labially. It retains a portion of a prominent labial style (protostyle) and is broken lingually, but its transverse width can be estimated to have been ca.
Sagittal compensations show well placed or slightly protrused maxillary incisors and mandibular incisors invariably protrused and labially inclined, which decreases the overjet and disguises the skeletal discrepancy.
On the scarcely-worn mandibular premolar, [dp.sub.4], the neoflexid and transversely-oriented anteroflexid are broadly confluent and open labially. The hypoflex and mesoflexid are broadly joined and open to both sides, dividing the tooth into anterior and posterior units.
The Thomomys upper molar has a unique, grooved dentine tract lingually, whereas the lower molar has the grooved tract located labially (Fig.
* Extraction of the labially erupting and crowded canine is contraindicated because such an extraction may complicate and compromise the orthodontic treatment results including the ability to provide the patient with a functional occlusion although it may seem that it improves esthetics.
On the other hand, lower incisors extruded (L1-Me: 1.04 [+ or -] 0.87 mm) and moved labially (L1-MP : 1.29 [+ or -] 1.07).
Description and comparison: Upper dentition: The first upper incisor is damaged labially (Fig.
Maxillary right central incisor was slightly labially positioned with midline diastemabecause of a palatally positioned supernumerary tooth.