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*  Tooth whitening
Due to extensive removal of intracoronal dentin, tooth crown fracture can happen after intracoronal bleaching. The ... teeth tend to be darker. Baby teeth (deciduous teeth) are generally whiter than the adult teeth that follow, again due to ... Teeth may be darkened by a buildup of surface stains (extrinsic staining), which hides the natural tooth color; or the tooth ... Tooth whitening (termed tooth bleaching when utilizing bleach), is either the restoration of a natural tooth shade or whitening ...
*  Tooth enamel
The configuration of the tooth also acts to reduce the tensile stresses that cause fractures during biting. Gastroesophageal ... Tooth whitening or tooth bleaching procedures attempt to lighten a tooth's color in either of two ways: by chemical or ... Tooth enamel is one of the four major tissues that make up the tooth in humans and many other animals, including some species ... Remineralisation of teeth can repair damage to the tooth to a certain degree but damage beyond that cannot be repaired by the ...
*  Avulsion fracture
... affects the prognosis of the tooth. The tuberosity avulsion fracture (also known as pseudo-Jones fracture or dancer's fracture ... An avulsion fracture is a bone fracture which occurs when a fragment of bone tears away from the main mass of bone as a result ... Mallet finger Segond fracture "Avulsion fracture: How is it treated?". Mayo Clinic. April 8, 2010. Retrieved April 22, 2010. ... This fracture is likely caused by the lateral band of the plantar aponeurosis (tendon). Most of these fractures are treated ...
*  Tooth interior fatigue fracture
Fracture mechanics MackAldener, Magnus; Mårten Olsson (2000). "Interior Fatigue Fracture of Gear Teeth". Fatigue and Fracture ... Tooth interior fatigue fracture, (TIFF), is a type of gear failure. The failure is characterised by a fracture at approximately ... "Analysis of crack propagation during tooth interior fatigue fracture". Engineering Fracture Mechanics. Elsevier Science Ltd. 69 ... In severe cases a secondary crack can grow from a spalling crater through the tooth thickness and a part of the tooth can fall ...
*  Meth mouth
... is severe tooth decay and tooth loss, as well as tooth fracture, acid erosion, and other oral problems, potentially ... The decay can lead to tooth fractures and severe pain. In some cases, teeth are permanently damaged and must be removed. Along ... side of the teeth and on tooth surfaces that are adjacent to incisors and canines; eventually, the coronal tooth area, near the ... Caries often occur in the cervical regions of teeth, where the tooth surface narrows at the junction of the crown and the root ...
*  Bruxism
Tooth fractures, and repeated failure of dental restorations (fillings, crowns, etc.). Hypersensitive teeth, (e.g. dental pain ... Tooth wear caused by tooth-to-tooth contact is termed attrition. This is the most usual type of tooth wear that occurs in ... If enough of the tooth is worn away or decayed, the tooth will effectively be weakened, and may fracture under the increased ... When tooth-to-tooth contact is possible through the holes in a splint, it is offering no protection against tooth wear and ...
*  Tongue piercing
Common complaints include pain, scars, excessive salivation and damage to tooth enamel. Oral trauma, i.e., dental fracture and ... The alveolar tooth-bearing bone may also be involved, jeopardizing the stability and durability of the teeth in place and ... Tongue Piercing and Associated Tooth Fracture Haemophilus aphrophilus Endocarditis after Tongue Piercing. ... away from the teeth, and toward the higher part of the upper palate where there is more room in the mouth. It is also usually ...
*  Dire wolf
These higher fracture rates were across all teeth, but the fracture rates for the canine teeth were the same as in modern ... The risk of tooth fracture is also higher when killing large prey. A study of the fossil remains of large carnivores from La ... Van Valkenburgh, Blaire (2008). "Costs of carnivory: Tooth fracture in Pleistocene and Recent carnivorans". Biological Journal ... "Temporal variation in tooth fracture among Rancho La Brea dire wolves". Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. 22 (2): 423-428. ...
*  Machairodontinae
Van Valkenburgh, B. (2009). "Costs of carnivory: tooth fracture in Pleistocene and Recent carnivorans". Biological Journal of ... Broken teeth indicate the frequency at which teeth contact bone. Increased teeth-bone contact suggests either increased ... The teeth are purely carnivorous, unable to grind plant material, as the omnivorous teeth of dogs and bears do. The carnassials ... The name means "dagger-tooth", from Greek μάχαιρα (machaira), dagger. Sometimes, other carnivorous mammals with elongated teeth ...
*  Beringian wolf
... leading to tooth breakage. Compared to modern wolves, the high frequency of tooth fracture in Beringian wolves indicates higher ... The risk of tooth fracture is also higher when taking and consuming large prey. In addition to the Beringian wolf, other ... The distribution of fractures across the tooth row also differs, with Beringian wolves having much higher frequencies of ... Tooth breakage is related to a carnivore's behavior. The mandibles of canids are buttressed behind the carnassial teeth to ...
*  Feline odontoclastic resorptive lesion
... and tooth fracture. The lower third premolar is the most commonly affected tooth. There are two types of TR. "Type 1" lesions ... The enamel is also resorbed or undermined to the point of tooth fracture. Resorbed cementum and dentin is replaced with bone- ... Feline Tooth Resorption (TR) is a syndrome in cats characterized by resorption of the tooth by odontoclasts, cells similar to ... Tooth restoration is not recommended because resorption of the tooth will continue underneath the restoration. Use of ...
*  Canis
The risk of tooth fracture is also higher when taking and consuming large prey. In comparison to extant gray wolves, the ... The distribution of fractures across the tooth row also differs, with Beringian wolves having much higher frequencies of ... The mandibles of canids are buttressed behind the carnassial teeth to crack bones with their post-carnassial teeth (molars M2 ... p and m to denote the mandible teeth. Teeth are numbered using one side of the mouth and from the front of the mouth to the ...
*  Oral hygiene
Chipping may occur and this can lead to more tooth fractures in the future. Chewing on ice has been linked to symptoms of ... Teeth cleaning is the removal of dental plaque and tartar from teeth to prevent cavities, gingivitis, gum disease, and tooth ... The bristle head should be guided from tooth to tooth slowly, following the contour of the gums and crowns of the tooth. The ... This tool is best used behind the lower front teeth, behind the back molars, crooked teeth and between spaces where teeth have ...
*  Chris Iannetta
Iannetta suffered a broken nose along with four fractured teeth, and required stitches on his lips. On December 8, 2017, the ... "Chris Iannetta has fractured teeth, nose after beaning". MSN. Retrieved May 13, 2017. "Colorado Rockies sign catcher Chris ...
*  Combined periodontic-endodontic lesions
A combined lesion may also be the result of a fractured tooth. Treatment includes conventional endodontic therapy followed by ... infection from the pulp tissue within a tooth may spread into the bone immediately surrounding the tip, or apex, or the tooth ... periodontal tissues surrounding the involved tooth or teeth or both. Combined periodontic-endodontic lesions take the form of ... If the lesion is deemed too severe for treatment, the involved tooth may require extraction. American Academy of Periodontology ...
*  Dental emergency
The tooth prognosis includes the tooth's vitality and restorability. Crack, fracture and mobility A crack, fracture and the ... Fractures (dental trauma) can occur anywhere on the tooth or to the surrounding bone, depending on the site and extent of ... A tooth crack is defined as an incomplete fracture of enamel or dentine and therefore is not usually associated with noticeable ... I. Fractures and luxations of permanent teeth". Dent Traumatol. 23 (2): 66-71. doi:10.1111/j.1600-9657.2007.00592.x. PMID ...
*  Water fluoridation
Fluoridation, fractures, and teeth. BMJ. 2000;321(7265):844-5. doi:10.1136/bmj.321.7265.844. PMID 11021844. "U.S. Public Health ... Once a cavity occurs, the tooth's fate is that of repeated restorations, with estimates for the median life of an amalgam tooth ... Fluoridation has little effect on risk of bone fracture (broken bones); it may result in slightly lower fracture risk than ... Fluoride exerts its major effect by interfering with the demineralization mechanism of tooth decay. Tooth decay is an ...
*  Water fluoridation controversy
Fluoridation, fractures, and teeth. BMJ. 2000;321(7265):844-5. doi:10.1136/bmj.321.7265.844. PMID 11021844. The British ... Fluoridation has little effect on risk of bone fracture (broken bones); it may result in slightly lower fracture risk than ... and filled primary teeth (average decreases was 2.25 teeth). The review found that the evidence was of moderate quality: few ... Many people do not know that fluoridation is meant to prevent tooth decay, or that natural or bottled water can contain ...
*  Endodontic therapy
A root treated tooth may be eased from the occlusion as a measure to prevent tooth fracture prior to the cementation of a crown ... Molars and premolars are the primary teeth used in chewing and will almost certainly fracture in the future without cuspal ... Sometimes a tooth root may be perforated while the root canal is being treated, making it difficult to fill the tooth. The ... With the removal of nerves and blood supply from the tooth, it is best that the tooth be restored with a crown to seal the root ...
*  Federal Correctional Institution, Seagoville
The victim sustained multiple lacerations to his face and fractured teeth as a result of Hall's unprovoked attack. On March 14 ...
*  Dental amalgam controversy
Later, as the brothers' fillings began to fall out, discolor the teeth, and cause tooth fracture because of the cheap amalgam's ... which would often lead to death of the nerve of the tooth from thermal trauma), or the tooth would be extracted. The Crawcours ... Given that the involved tooth was a lower second molar, it was later considered very likely that the patient died from Ludwig's ... The committee reported that all filling materials in which mercury was an ingredient were, "hurtful both to the teeth and every ...
*  Toothache
A fracture of a tooth can involve the enamel, dentin, and/or pulp, and can be orientated horizontally or vertically. Fractured ... Cracked tooth syndrome refers to a highly variable set of pain-sensitivity symptoms that may accompany a tooth fracture, ... Plastic wedge to identify pain on biting from a fractured tooth Transillumination demonstrating fracture Decay (green) with ... Common causes include tooth decay, dental trauma (such as a crack or fracture), or a filling with an imperfect seal. Because ...
*  Attrition (dental)
... loss of cusps and fracturing of teeth. Enamel of molar teeth may appear thin and flat. When in occlusion the teeth may appear ... Dental attrition is a type of tooth wear caused by tooth-to-tooth contact, resulting in loss of tooth tissue, usually starting ... The first stage of treatment involves managing any associated conditions, such as fractured teeth or sharp cusps or incisal ... Tooth wear is a physiological process and is commonly seen as a normal part of aging. Advanced and excessive wear and tooth ...
*  Avulsion injury
Fractured and Avulsed Teeth. Retrieved January 15, 2009, from [6]. Kidd, P. S., Sturt, P. A., & Fultz, J. (2000). Mosby's ... During a tooth avulsion, a tooth is completely or partially (such that the dental pulp is exposed) detached from its socket. ... Secondary (permanent) teeth can be replaced and stabilised by a dentist. Primary (baby) teeth are not replaced because they ... and eventually root resorption makes replacement of the tooth impossible. To minimize damage to the root, the tooth should be ...
*  Dentomandibular sensorimotor dysfunction
... airway control Sleep/arousal disorder Changes in brain chemistry and neurotransmitter balance Bruxism Abfraction Tooth fracture ... Tooth wear or breakage. Limited range of motion in the jaw and cervical (neck) spine. Painful or sore head and/or neck muscles ... By balancing the muscles, joints, and teeth, and controlling the way the body feels pain in the head and neck areas, long ... This major pathway of nerves controls pain signals from the teeth, face, head, and neck, and carries them to the brain. ...
*  Teen Titans (TV series)
These include Robin's alternate dimensional counterpart Larry in the episode "Fractured" being named Nosyarg Kcid ("Dick ... storyline and later appearing with the pointed ears and fanged teeth originated by the series, future Cyborg having the same ...
*  Tooth mobility
Teeth which are mobile about a fulcrum half way along their root likely have a fractured root. Normal, physiologic tooth ... Increased forces on the tooth: Bruxism (abnormal clenching and grinding of teeth) can aggravate attachment loss and tooth ... Luxations, and root fractures of teeth can cause sudden mobility after a blow. Dental trauma may be isolated or associated with ... Tooth mobility is the medical term for loose teeth. Mobility is graded clinically by applying pressure with the ends of 2 metal ...