preextraction record

pre·op·er·a·tive rec·ord

in dentistry, any record made for the purpose of study or treatment planning.
See also: diagnostic cast.
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

pre·op·er·a·tive rec·ord

(prē-opĕr-ă-tiv rekŏrd)
In dentistry, any note or file made for purpose of study or treatment planning.
See also: diagnostic cast
Synonym(s): preextraction record.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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The anterior teeth are primarily related to the esthetics.4 They also perform the functions of lip sup- port, incision and phonetics.4 For a completely edentu- lous patient it is important that the size, form and the colour of the teeth must be in harmony with the surrounding facial environment.5 All these objectives are difficult to achieve when preextraction records are not available.