crestal

crestal

(ˈkrɛstəl)
n
(Minerals) another name for crystal
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The Tomcat Prospect is interpreted as a tilted fault block with a stratigraphic component with the crestal culmination at the mid Namur horizon within PEL 115 and up dip and .
Threaded apical part has diameter of 4 mm and a crestal part of 4.
On probing with a periodontal probe, it was found that the tooth margin on the palatal side was subgingival and beneath the crestal bone.
The cuts must always be left at least 2 mm short of the alveolar crestal bone level.
It is anticipated that an analysis of this seismic will lead to the next drill location which will target the crestal portion of the reef.
42,43) Due to persistent trauma from occlusion, there can be funnel-shaped widening of the crestal portion of the periodontal ligament with resorption of the adjacent bone.
The award was given for the presentation "Clinical Evaluation of Laser Microtexturing to Conserve Crestal Bone Around Dental Implants.
Sulcular incision was given in mandibular canines joined by sub crestal incision in the edentulous area.
This section of the well has been deviated to intersect the deeper Abiod formation target at a crestal location.
In addition further drilling on the reef structure is anticipated which will target the gas charged crestal portion of the reef which will be hooked into the planned pipeline.
Anticipating the crestal bone loss the implant was submerged 2mm sub-crestally.
Correlations with the previous Jacaranda Ridge #2 discovery indicate that Hollick 1 has intersected a crestal hydrocarbon equivalent in the Jacaranda Ridge Sandstone.