tissue displacement


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tis·sue dis·place·ment

the change in the form or position of tissues as a result of pressure.
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Similarly, lateral radiographs have been used to show that a heel cup that constrains soft tissue displacement increases plantar heel pad thickness compared with use of no heel cup [16].
Tissue displacement occurred to a variable extent with all materials, although the largest displacement occurred over the ridge crest when using the rubber impression material.
Knit-Pak is ideal to use in combination with a Hemodent[R] hemostatic agent or Traxodent[R] for tissue displacement and management prior to taking an impression.
The rate of change in the amount of tissue displacement as a function of distance from the transducer is termed "tissue strain" and is displayed as an image.