Zero degree teeth | definition of zero degree teeth by Medical dictionary
zero degree teeth
ze·ro de·gree teeth
prosthetic teeth having no cusp angles in relation to the horizontal.
ze·ro de·gree teeth (zērō dĕ-grē tēth)
Prosthetic teeth having no cusp angles in relation to the horizontal.
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Comparison of zero degree teeth
and anatomic teeth on complete dentures.
Zero degree teeth may establish a monoplane (flat plane) occlusal scheme.
Zero degree teeth were selected for maxillary and mandibular posterior region to establish a monoplane (flat plane) occlusion (Fig 5 ).