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  • Clinical Management of Malreplanted Central and Lateral Maxillary Incisors after Avulsion: A 24 Months Follow Up

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    One of the most common dental emergencies we facing are dentoalveolar traumatic injuries1. Dental traumatic injuries include wide range of problems from enamel fracture to complete tooth loss which may have considerable functional, esthetic, speech and psychological effects specially on children affecting their quality of life and self confidence1,2. The most common type of dental injuries is enamel-dentin crown fractures that comprise %26-%76 of all permanent tooth injuries4. In this type of injury

  • How to Construct Dentures

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    Have you ever wondered how complete dentures are constructed? A complete denture is a type of removable prosthesis designed to replace all of the natural teeth in an arch or the jaw. Patients sometimes need a set of complete dentures, one for each arch or jaw. There are several stages in making dentures. Each stage must be performed accurately and precisely so the denture is as exact as possible. The technician does most of the work of fabricating the denture from start to finish. The dentist only

  • Beneath the Skin

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    Beneath the Skin I bought new makeup yesterday. It’s a new kind from Almay called ‘Nearly Naked,’ which is supposed to hide the wearer’s imperfections but still let her skin show through. Obviously the idea is to make it seem like there is no makeup and that yes, this is how I look when I roll out of bed. Isn’t that what it’s about, though? Hiding one’s imperfections from the world while trying to convince the world that it’s the “real you”? So here I sit, face freshly washed and devoid of

  • Extinct Great Apes

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    Inferring Dentition and Diet in Extinct Great Apes by Looking at Extant Great Apes INTRODUCTION Knowing the diet of extant primate taxon opens up the possibility of predicting a good deal about its morphology and natural history. Morphology and natural history of extant primates is also important in making accurate inferences regarding their dentition and diet. However, when it comes to extinct primate taxon making dentition and dietary inferences are challenging and the evidence available

  • Identifying The Age, Gender, and Ethnicity

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    suggests that the individual was an adult – or at least a late teenager. This is not enough information to make a strong claim. So, let’s move on to the teeth. Taking into consideration the dental formula we learned in lecture, this skull shows 2 incisor teeth, 1 canine tooth, 2 premolars, and 3 molars. The fact that all 3 of the molars are visible further suggests that the individual was indeed an adult. The teeth themselves are quite large in size. This means that these are not the “baby teeth”

  • zxd

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    studies in different developing countries, the studied schoolchildren of Tehran had a lower rate of first-molar dental caries. For example, in Warren et al study, mean DMFT computed exclusively f... ... middle of paper ... ...he central and lateral incisors on the side wherever the loss occurred, could show evidence of movement. Contacts can open and also the premolars, particularly, can rotate as they fall distally. Once the maxillary first permanent molar loses its opponent, it'll erupt at a quicker

  • Sigificance of Maxillary Anterior Teeth

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    21-30 years... ... middle of paper ... ...Ramani N. Evaluation of natural smile: Golden proportion, RED or Golden percentage. J Conserv Dent 2008;11:16–21. 23. Bukhary SM, Gill DS, Tredwin CJ, Moles DR. The influence of varying maxillary lateral incisor dimensions on perceived smile aesthetics. Br Dent J 2007;203:687–93. 24. Naveen GopiChander, Vaikunth Vijay Kumar, Vedantham Rangarajan. Golden proportion assessment between maxillary and mandibular teeth on Indian population. J Adv Prosthodont 2012

  • methodology

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    METHODOLOGY In order to answer the research question, content analysis was conducted. The researcher randomly collected the Korean male models in skin care advertisements that available in online between 20th March, 2014 and 27th March, 2014. Each of the advertisements was coded individually with the help of coding sheet with definitions for all the categories. Facial Hair To men, facial hair can be considered as a secondary sex characteristic and signifier of dominance. Anyone who does not have

  • Essay On Pediatric Dentistry

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    hygiene at a young age, and that they learn how to take care of their teeth. Infants start getting their baby teeth around 18 months of age. However, their first tooth starts showing around 6 months the teeth that will appear first are the central incisors. Between the ages of 6 and 12 a child will start loosing their deciduous teeth and growing their adult teeth. By the time a child is of the age is 13 they will have all of their adult teeth. Children are often scared of the dentist, it can be very

  • Case Study: The Curve Of Spee (COS)

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    used skulls with abraded teeth to define a line of occlusion. He defined the line of occlusion as the line on a cylinder tangent to the anterior border of the condyle, the occlusal surface of the second molar, and the incisal edges of the mandibular incisors.[1] Spee located the center of this cylinder in the midorbital plane, so that it had a radius of 6.5–7.0 cm.[1,2] According to the glossary of prosthodontic terms, 1994 COS, was defined as the anatomical curve established by the occlusal alignment