line angle


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line an·gle

in dentistry, the junction of two surfaces of the crown of a tooth, or of a tooth cavity (cavity line angle).

line an·gle

(līn ang'gĕl)
That area formed by the junction of two surfaces of a tooth or two surfaces of a cavity preparation.

line an·gle

(līn ang'gĕl)
In dentistry, the junction of two surfaces of tooth crowns, or of tooth cavities (cavity line angle).
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The energy line angle (ELA) approach, which can be integrated into GIS (Toe and Berger, 2015), is one of the widely used empirical models.
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