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re·at·tach·ment

(rē'ă-tach'mĕnt),
New epithelial or connective tissue attachment to the surface of a tooth that was surgically detached and not exposed to oral environment.

reattachment

[rē′ətach′mənt]
Etymology: L, re, again; OFr, attachier
1 the rejoining of accidentally severed body parts.
2 the rejoining of periodontal membrane fibers to the cementum of a tooth and the alveolar bone to restore a loosened tooth.

reattachment

The reanastomosis of a thing detached. See Penile reattachment.

re·at·tach·ment

(rē'ă-tach'mĕnt)
New epithelial or connective tissue attachment to the surface of a tooth that was surgically detached and not exposed to oral environment.

re·at·tach·ment

(rē'ă-tach'mĕnt)
New epithelial or connective tissue attachment to tooth surface that was surgically detached and not exposed to oral environment.

reattachment,

n in dentistry the reattachment of the gingival epithelium to the surface of the tooth.
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15] in their comparative study found that reattachment of patella tendon to patella showed better clinical results than open reduction and fixation with tension band wiring and our study results were at par with theirs.
Interest in studying the reattachment phenomena over the backward-facing step continued in the 1970's and in the 1980's with the development of more sophisticated visualization techniques, the engineering community produced a large quantity of publications referring to experimental and numerical results obtained for forced convection flow regime by Armaly et al.
The basic, non-modified RSM results in a remarkably low level of the turbulent shear stress component and the kinetic energy of turbulence and consequently in a too large recirculation zone with reattachment point (RP) positioned at [(x/H).
9, 10) When intact fragments are available, reattachment would be the best option of the treatment, it may offer many advantages: better esthetics, less time consuming and positive emotional and social response from the patient for the preservation of natural tooth structure but the limitation of this case report was the patient missed the fractured fragment.
3,7 This technique involves desepithelialization of the amputated part, followed by anatomic reattachment to the amputation stump and then burial in a retroauricular pocket.
Brownells used to offer an industrial adhesive they branded as "Black Magic" that provided the same tenacious properties of the product employed by a major provider of ribs for attachment, or reattachment, to shotgun barrels.
15 teeth were taken as a control (Group I) and remaining 75 teeth were divided equally and randomly into five Groups; Group II - Composite, Group III - Giomer, Group IV - Dual Cure Resin Cement, Group V - Resin Modified GIC, Group VI - Compomer based upon the materials to be used for reattachment.
Patients experiencing a retinal detachment are normally treated by surgical reattachment of the retina to reconnect the photoreceptors with the RPE and prevent additional loss of vision.
The failed reattachment job was pretty obvious, as seen in this picture (via Twitter).
Complete retinal reattachment at 6 month follow-up was considered anatomic success; a BCVA improvement of [greater than or equal to] 1 LogMAR row was considered functional success.
It should be noted that Khoulah Hospital earlier performed a surgery for the reattachment of four fingers for an Asian and that this is the first time to reattach 9 fingers at one time.
The sloppy reattachment provoked outrage and ridicule worldwide, however in January, the antiquities ministry announced with restoration expert Christian Eckmann that the epoxy glue could be removed and the famous antique could be restored.