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*  List of MeSH codes (E06)
... dental occlusion, balanced MeSH E06.276.459 --- dental occlusion, centric MeSH E06.276.459.733 --- vertical dimension MeSH ... dental MeSH E06.170.100 --- dental care for aged MeSH E06.170.152 --- dental care for children MeSH E06.170.205 --- dental care ... dental devices, home care MeSH E06.186.376 --- dental high-speed equipment MeSH E06.186.501 --- dental instruments MeSH E06.186 ... dental clasps MeSH E06.780.345.593 --- dental implants MeSH E06.780.345.593.185 --- dental implants, single-tooth MeSH E06.780. ...
*  William Gibson A. Bonwill
These plaster models of the dental arches of the upper and lower jaw are mounted in occlusion in the articulator. Bonwill ... He is considered the architect of the "balanced occlusion" and referred to the "three point contact". In 1867 he developed an ... Bonwill presented these findings in 1864 during a meeting of the Delaware Dental Society to the dental public. This triangle is ... About his dental research a long list of inventions have made him famous among professionals of his time, such as combine ...
*  Orofacial myological disorders
... the normal relationship of teeth lies in occlusion; and any deviation from the normal occlusion can lead to dental distress. ... From the dental perspective, teeth move in relation to the balance of the soft tissue; ... Benkert KK (1997). "The effectiveness of orofacial myofunctional therapy in improving dental occlusion". Int J Orofacial ... If tongue thrust behavior is not corrected, it may affect the normal dental development. The teeth may be pushed around in ...
*  Serial extraction
A curve of occlusion formula is used to determine the additional space required to flatten the curve of spee. For every 1 ... It is the objective of this treatment to maintain the neuromuscular balance. With the proper diagnostic assessment skilled ... "Serial extraction as a corrective procedure in dental orthopedic therapy". Acta Odontol. Scand. 8 (1): 17-43. doi:10.3109/ ... depending on facial balance, anchorage requirements, size of tooth and other factors. Serial extraction is a multi-decisional, ...
*  Ankylosaurus
A 2016 study of the dental occlusion (contact between the teeth) of ankylosaur specimens found that the ability for backwards ( ... Sinuses and nasal chambers in the snout may have been for heat and water balance or may have played a role in vocalization. The ... AMNH 5214 has 35 dental alveoli in the left dentary and 36 in the right, for a total of 71, the highest number known for any ... A 2011 study of the nasal passages of Euoplocephalus supported their function as a heat and water balancing system, noting the ...
*  Chin augmentation
While the procedures above may improve the cosmetic appearance of the chin, they will not improve dental occlusion. Mandibular ... This operation is often, but not always, performed at the time of rhinoplasty to help balance the facial proportions. Chin ... Chin augmentation using surgical implants can alter the underlying structure of the face, providing better balance to the ...
*  Herbivore
The evolution of dental occlusion led to a drastic increase in plant food processing and provides evidence about feeding ... It has been suggested that many herbivores feed on a variety of plants to balance their nutrient uptake and to avoid consuming ... Origin of dental occlusion in tetrapods: signal for terrestrial vertebrate evolution? Journal of Experimental Zoology Part B: ... The earliest evidence of their herbivory has been attributed to dental occlusion, the process in which teeth from the upper jaw ...
*  Dentures
This arrangement of teeth is tested in the mouth so that adjustments can be made to the occlusion. After the occlusion has been ... "Dental art: A French dentist showing his artificial teeth". British Dental Association. 30 June 2010. Archived from the ... Food must be cut up into small pieces and be placed on the back teeth on both sides to balance chewing. Denture chewing occurs ... Washington's dental problems left him in constant pain, for which he took laudanum. This distress may be apparent in many of ...
*  Charles H. Tweed
Tweed occlusion refers to an end result of an orthodontic treatment that Tweed and his followers tried to achieve when ... He attended Phoenix public schools until he attended Stanford University as a pre-dental student and received his D.D.S degree ... He believed in maximum facial harmony and balance and therefore he believed in treating the mandibular incisors over the basal ... Components of tweed occlusion are: Flat mandibular arch Accentuated Curve of Spee in Mandibular Arch Second molars in both ...
*  Orthodontics
Dental age 5 begins when stage 4 ended and ends with all permanent canines and premolar are in occlusion. Dental age 6 begins ... The facemask aims to pull maxillary teeth and jaw forward and downwards to meet the mandible through a balanced force applied ... Dental age 1 begins when stage 0 ended, ending with all deciduous teeth are in occlusion. Dental age 2 begins when stage 1 ... Dhaka Dental College in Bangladesh is one of the many schools recognized by the Bangladesh Medical and Dental Council (BM&DC) ...
*  Tooth decay
This happens when there is an ecologic shift within the dental biofilm, from a balanced population of micro-organisms to a ... Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the active chemical substance in cannabis, also causes a nearly complete occlusion of salivation, ... dental mirror and explorer. Dental radiographs (X-rays) may show dental caries before it is otherwise visible, in particular ... A dental handpiece ("drill") is used to remove large portions of decayed material from a tooth. A spoon, a dental instrument ...
*  Endodontic therapy
From the balanced forces stem two other techniques: the reverse balanced force (where GT instruments are rotated first anti- ... Dentistry portal American Association of Endodontists Dental implant Dental pulp Dentistry Gum inflammation Nickel titanium ... A root treated tooth may be eased from the occlusion as a measure to prevent tooth fracture prior to the cementation of a crown ... usually using a dental drill fitted with a dental burr. There have been a number of progressive iterations to the mechanical ...
*  Overjet
Dental health Lower arch Upper arch Teeth in occlusion Radiographs The presence of dental disease precludes any active ... more expensive and demonstrated a higher breakage rate so that the benefits of reduced compliance requirements must be balanced ... Dental Update, vol. 42, no. 7, pp. 632-642. Todd JE, Dodd T. Children's Dental Health in the United Kingdom. London: HMSO, 1985 ... Part 1: Dental and skeletal effects. Am J Orthod Dentofacial Orthop 2003; 124: 234−243; quiz 339. McDowall RJ, Waring DT. Class ...
*  Periodontium
Therefore, a constant state of balance always exists between the periodontal structures and the external forces. Alveolar bone ... Forces that exceed the adaptive capacity of the periodontium produce injury called trauma from occlusion. When occlusal forces ... Periodontics is the dental specialty that relates specifically to the care and maintenance of these tissues. It provides the ...
*  Temporomandibular joint dysfunction
ISBN 978-0-443-07168-3. Davies S, Gray RM (September 2001). "What is occlusion?". British Dental Journal. 191 (5): 235-8, 241-5 ... It is claimed that this technique reduces abnormal muscular activity and promotes "neuromuscular balance". A stabilization ... Abnormalities of occlusion (problems with the bite) are often blamed for TMD but there is no evidence that these factors are ... TMD is the second most frequent cause of orofacial pain after dental pain (i.e. toothache). TMD is considered by some to be one ...
*  Theories of Craniofacial Growth
Therefore, each bone and its counterpart bone both grow to a certain extent to maintain the balanced growth. An example is the ... This theory states that occlusion provides a constantly changing input which influences the horizontally regulated growth of ... Journal of the New Jersey Dental Association. 53 (4): 35-36, 53, 55-57. ISSN 0093-7347. PMID 6962290. PhD, William R. Proffit ...
*  Primate
ISBN 0-681-45659-0. Ash, M. M., Nelson, S. J. & Wheeler, R. C. (2003). Wheeler's Dental Anatomy, Physiology, and Occlusion. W.B ... Within a social group there is a balance between cooperation and competition. Cooperative behaviors include social grooming ( ... Dental pattern in primates vary considerably; although some have lost most of their incisors, all retain at least one lower ...
*  Evolutionary medicine
Atherosclerosis Arthritis and other chronic inflammatory diseases Cough Cystic fibrosis Dental occlusion Diabetes Type II ... Woolf LI, McBean MS, Woolf FM, Cahalane SF (May 1975). "Phenylketonuria as a balanced polymorphism: the nature of the ... Trans fat health risks Dental caries High GI foods Modern diet based on "common wisdom" regarding diets in the paleolithic era ...
*  Temporomandibular joint
... and it is the second most frequent cause of orofacial pain after dental pain (i.e. toothache). Fibromyalgia Illustrated Dental ... This is all assuming an ideal Class I or Class II occlusion, which is not entirely important to the lay reader.) During chewing ... Instead, the muscular balance and proprioceptive feedback allow a physiologic rest for the mandible, an interocclusal clearance ... Columbia University College of Dental Medicine post-graduate dental lecture series, 2007 Alomar, X; Medrano, J.; Cabratosa, J ...
*  Horse colic
Occlusion of the blood supply means that it is a painful condition causing rapid deterioration and requiring emergency surgery ... Other possible factors include poor dental care, course roughage, dehydration, and limited exercise. Horses with a large colon ... which alters the homeostatic balance of prostaglandins that protect the mucosa. This list of types of colic is not exhaustive ... With progressive distension of the intestinal wall, there is occlusion of blood vessels, firstly the less rigid veins, then ...
*  Nitrous oxide
... at 75-vol% reduce ischemia-induced neuronal death induced by occlusion of the middle cerebral artery in rodents, ... McEvoy, J. G. (6 March 2015). "Gases, God and the balance of nature: a commentary on Priestley (1772) 'Observations on ... Council on Clinical Affairs (2013). "Guideline on use of nitrous oxide for pediatric dental patients" (PDF). Reference Manual ... "Colton Dental Association" clinics, that he had just established in New Haven and New York City. Over the following three years ...
*  Molar Incisor Hypomineralisation
These conditions include: Dental caries, which is the most common cause of destruction of dental hard tissues. This is more ... A favourable occlusion may be acquired following a well-planned treatment and this eliminates the need for fixed orthodontic ... Essentially, the balance between mineralisation and demineralisation shifts to favour demineralisation of enamel, giving the ... Jälevik, B.; Klingberg, G. A. (January 2002). "Dental treatment, dental fear and behaviour management problems in children with ...
*  Periodontitis
Regular dental check-ups and professional teeth cleaning as required: Dental check-ups serve to monitor the person's oral ... In addition to initial scaling and root planing, it may also be necessary to adjust the occlusion (bite) to prevent excessive ... and often have difficulties with balancing their blood glucose level owing to the constant systemic inflammatory state, caused ... Periodontitis is very common, and is widely regarded as the second most common dental disease worldwide, after dental decay, ...
*  Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo
"Balance Disorders". NIDCD. August 10, 2015. Archived from the original on 27 July 2016. Retrieved 25 July 2016. Ferri, Fred F ... Surgical treatments, such as a semi-circular canal occlusion, do exist for BPPV, but carry the same risk as any neurosurgical ... There is evidence in the dental literature that malleting of an osteotome during closed sinus floor elevation, otherwise known ... It is a type of balance disorder along with labyrinthitis and Ménière's disease. Diagnosis is typically made when the Dix- ...
*  Chewing gum
0.5% of saliva deals with dental health, since tooth enamel is made of calcium phosphate, those inorganic ions in saliva help ... Masumoto, N.; Yamaguchi, K.; Fujimoto, S. (2009). "Daily chewing gum exercise for stabilizing the vertical occlusion". Journal ... providing gum with its characteristic balance of plastic and elastic properties. While hydrophobic polymers beneficially repel ... Chewing sugar-free gum for 20 minutes after a meal helps prevent tooth decay, according to the American Dental Association, ...
*  Mammal
doi:10.1111/j.1365-2907.1973.tb00179.x. Roberts, Tristan D. M. (1995). Understanding Balance: The Mechanics of Posture and ... ISBN 978-0-226-72490-4. de Muizon, Christian; Lange-Badré, Brigitte (1997). "Carnivorous dental adaptations in tribosphenic ... "synapsids that possess a dentary-squamosal jaw articulation and occlusion between upper and lower molars with a transverse ...