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max·il·lar·y

(mak'si-lār-ē),
Relating to the maxilla, or upper jaw.

maxillary

(măk′sə-lĕr′ē)
adj.
Of or relating to a jaw or jawbone, especially the upper one.
n. pl. maxillar·ies
A maxillary bone; a jawbone.

maxillary

adjective Referring or pertaining to the maxilla.

max·il·lar·y

(mak'si-lar-ē)
Relating to the maxilla, or upper jaw.

maxillary

pertaining to the region of the upper jaw in vertebrates.

max·il·lar·y

(mak'si-lar-ē)
Relating to the maxilla, or upper jaw.
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Therefore, the aim of this study was to establish morphometric characteristics of the buccal cortical bone (BCB) thickness of maxillary premolars and its relation to maxillary sinus floor through CBCT.
Hence, it was considered worthwhile to examine the effects of simultaneous implementation of SARME and intermaxillary Class III elastics on maxillary expansion and advancement.
Generally, the incidence of palatogingival grooves ranges from 2.8% to 8.5% in extracted maxillary lateral incisors.5,6 In clinical examination studies, the prevalence rate has been reported in range from 10% to 18.1%.1,7
Dentigerous cysts in the maxillary sinus are easy to detect radiographically due to their opacity.
Conclusion: Ultrasonography had low sensitivity but high specificity in diagnosis of maxillary sinusitis.
Intraoral examination revealed a swelling about 4 cm x 4 cm in the maxillary anterior labial vestibule which extended from the maxillary left canine to the maxillary right canine region [Figure 1].
After both techniques had been completed, a fourth veterinarian performed the dissections on each side of the head to allow visualization of the pterygopalatine fossa and the maxillary nerve.
For optimal patient management, attaining adequate anaesthesia is a prerequisite in many dental treatments.1 Extraction of maxillary teeth is among commonly performed procedures in oral surgery.
Conclusion: Vertucci's type I was the most common canal configuration for maxillary first and second premolars and there was no gender-based difference for root canal morphology of maxillary premolars.
As examples, single-rooted maxillary right second premolars with type IV canals are categorized as [.sup.1][15.sup.2] (Figure 2a), whilst double-rooted maxillary right first premolars with single canals in each of buccal (B) and palatal (P) roots are categorised as [.sup.2]14[B.sup.1][P.sup.1] (Figure 2b), clearly identifying the difference.
Between October 2012 and November 2013, three patients with maxillary defects following resection of malignant tumor were recruited.
Overall, 57.9% of maxillary first premolars from male patients were single rooted, and the remaining were two rooted (40.3%) or three rooted (1.8%); on the other hand, 70.2% of female patients presented single-rooted teeth, whereas the remaining presented two-rooted teeth.