tooth form


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tooth form

the characteristics of the curves, lines, angles, and contours of various teeth that permit their identification and differentiation.

tooth form

(tūth fōrm)
Characteristics of the curves, lines, angles, and contours of various teeth that permit their identification and differentiation.

tooth form

(tūth fōrm)
Characteristics of the curves, lines, angles, and contours of various teeth that permit their identification and differentiation.
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Stanley concluded that this is supported with an in-house tool manufacturing facility enabling tools to be designed and manufactured to produce the Renold-Holroyd tooth form; although any tooth form can in fact be replicated.
This design makes use of a special tooth form. The spur gear has one less tooth than the internal gear.
The similarity in tooth form and size in juveniles and the differences in adults of C.
Rather than hogging the gear teeth down with one pass of the hob, the machine made three precision cuts to bring the tooth forms to their rough dimensions.
When milling the teeth, the milling cutter wears, and there is a resulting degradation of the tooth form and a loss of tooth height accuracy.
Root canal therapy aims to reestablish tooth form and function.
The diagnostic mockup with composite temporization for a longer duration will provide the opportunity to elicit the opinion of the patient regarding the tooth form, shape, and inclination.
There tends to be a harmony of steepness or flatness which in turn determines the cusp height, fossa depth and occlusal tooth form of the posterior teeth.
Linear occlusion: an alternative tooth form and occlusal concept as used in complete denture prosthodontics.
The WES specifically focuses on the visible part of the restoration itself and is based on the five following parameters: general tooth form; outline and volume of the clinical crown; color, which includes the assessment of the dimension's hue and value; surface texture; and translucency and characterization (Table 1).