nonocclusion

non·oc·clu·sion

(non'ŏ-klū'shŭn),
Failure of a tooth to contact an opposing tooth.
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nonocclusion

(nŏn″ŏ-kloo′zhŭn) [″ + occlusio, occlusion]
A type of malocclusion in which the teeth fail to make contact.
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non·oc·clu·sion

(non'ŏ-klū'shŭn)
Failure of a tooth to contact an opposing tooth.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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Class I malocclusions can be seen with vertical plane anomalies such as deep bite and open bite and transverse plane anomalies such as cross bite and buccal nonocclusion. In this case report, the clinical treatment of an autistic patient with class I malocclusion and crowding is presented.
Mark the unmarked nonocclusion boundary point corresponding to the maximum of depth differences between the self-occlusion boundary point [o.sub.i] and its eight neighbors as [o'.sub.i], and add [o'.sub.i] into nether adjacent boundary point set O'.
Therefore, we get the phase space corresponding to each point trajectory, which contained the joint point of occlusion and nonocclusion. Besides, we choose Kolmogorov-Sinai entropy [31, 32] as another feature for analyzing the dynamics human action.
Middlebury defined three measures for evaluating performance, including nonocclusion, all, and discontinuities.
Looking again at the overall outcomes, he and his colleagues noted that 53 of the 63 patients with suspected placenta accreta had an attempted uterine preservation, which failed in 35% of the occlusion patients, compared with 88% of the nonocclusion patients.
"ASM 981 cream 1% was significantly superior to vehicle for the occlusion and nonocclusion treatment groups," said Dr.