unesthetic

Related to unesthetic: unaesthetic

unesthetic

(ˌʌnɛsˈθɛtɪk)
adj
a US spelling of unaesthetic
Translations

unesthetic

[ˌʌniːsˈθetɪk] ADJ (US) → antiestético
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Patient was emotionally disturbed because of the unesthetic appearance so a psychiatric consultation was done and patient was put on clonazipam 0 .
So keeping a long collar of inner prepuce would increase the risk of edema, which could cause an unesthetic preputial collar.
This finding emphasized the importance of and necessity to cosmotic alteration of unesthetic malposed or small size of maxillary lateral incisor median diastema and/or attrition of maxillary central incisor teeth.
This type of incision may also be indicated in areas with asymmetrical or unesthetic gingival topography.
high stiffness, Low springback, Nickel content and Unesthetic.
198) Not physical pain, but rather "the prospect of losing control and independence and of dying in an undignified, unesthetic,.
One of the obstacles adults face is the unesthetic nature of fixed appliances.
Unesthetic material, absurd material, non-arty material - ten years later I could take a worthless eggbeater, and the change to a new idea would inspire me.
Verse that dealt with the economic scene, the political predicament, and the reality of war was, and still is, considered naive, unesthetic, and unfitting within the canon of modern and postmodern poetry.
A disciple of the British poet and storyteller William Morris (1834-1896), Hubbard sought to do for the American public what Morris seemed to be doing in England--stigmatize modern machine culture as unesthetic and revive an interest in the arts and crafts.
Steel tape will also not compliment the denture instead it acts as a contrast to the denture base and will lead to an unesthetic appearance.
1,2) Black triangles are unesthetic, but they also contribute to retention of food debris, and can adversely affect the health of the periodontium.