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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.
The reasons for the failure particularly in Class II could be due to sharp axio-pulpal line angle or shallow cavity depth which collectively forms an inadequate resistance form in 19% of the patients in this study.
This holds his "outrigger" rod and keeps the tip high for maximum line angle.
180.786 Value of test F: 1.204 Value of Alfa: 0.622 coefficient of the regression line angle: .0.752 Correlation level: 0.565 The coefficient of determination: 0.00 Significance level: Table 2: Specification of regression analysis of sub-hypothesis 1.