mandibular dental arcade

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mandibular dental arcade

[TA]
the teeth supported by the alveolar part of the mandible, whether the 10 deciduous teeth or the 16 permanent teeth.
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man·dib·u·lar den·tal ar·cade

(man-dibyū-lăr dentăl ahr-kād) [TA]
Teeth supported by alveolar part of mandible.
Synonym(s): arcus dentalis inferior, inferior dental arch, lower dental arcade.
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Camouflage treatment of mild Class III malocclusion may include distalization of mandibular dentition besides a number of other treatment modalities.
The dentoalveolar compensatory changes contributing most to the correction of his initial dental and skeletal discrepancies were distal en masse movement of the mandibular dentition with counterclockwise rotation of the occlusal plane.
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Relocation of the joint was confirmed with a palpatory click and return of occlusion with the maxillary and mandibular dentition in opposition.
Gemination is more prevalent in the anterior maxillary region; whereas fusion is more commonly found in the anterior mandibular Dentition. They can also be seen unilaterally or bilaterally in either the maxillary or mandibular Dentition.
A Class I occlusion was achieved through distal tipping of the maxillary teeth and a mesial, vertical movement of the mandibular dentition. Harvold and Vargervik [18] observed that the appliance also caused 1.4 mm of maxillary incisor lingual tipping and 0.5 mm of mandibular incisor labial tipping.
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