cuspal


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cuspal

(ˈkʌspəl)
adj
relating to or having a cusp
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For this, the teeth were reduced in width and height and cuspal inclines were reduced.
This contraction places the interface between the restoration and the tooth under stress and may result in tooth-composite interfacial debonding, cuspal deflection and enamel cracking which are implicated as the primary reasons for failure of resin bonded restorations.
Most of the time, opacities are limited to the incisal or cuspal one third than the cervical one third.
This effectively shortens the elongated chorda and thus corrects the cuspal prolapse
The correlation of the inclined planes of the articular surface of the glenoid fossa with the cuspal and palatal slopes of the teeth.
The role of cuspal flexure in the development of abfraction lesions: A finite element study.
A total of 1500 children were examined for unilateral and bilateral cuspal variations, groove patterns and gender predilection.
Cuspal movement and microleakage in premolar teeth restored with a packable composite cured in bulk or in increments.
It has been mentioned in the literature that efforts to adjust occlusion after insertion either on chair side or laboratory remounts results in significant loss of cuspal morphology and appearance of artificial teeth which may lead to reduced masticatory efficiency.
This supports the idea that the clinical failure of most endodontically treated posterior teeth is not an active caries issue, but rather a mechanical issue where immediate cuspal coverage is necessary to support teeth that have lost a considerable amount of supporting dentin.
A role for suppressed incisor cuspal morphogenesis in the evolution of mammalian heterodont dentition.
Frequency of ring abscess and cuspal infection in active infective endocarditis involving bioprostheticvalves.