dental anatomy

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: anatomy - the branch of gross anatomy concerning with the morphology of teethdental anatomy - the branch of gross anatomy concerning with the morphology of teeth
gross anatomy, macroscopic anatomy - the study of the structure of the body and its parts without the use of a microscope
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In fact, it is important to be familiar with variations in tooth anatomy and characteristic features in various racial groups, because such knowledge can aid location and negotiation of canals as well as their subsequent management.
Natural layering concept, proposed by Didier Dietschi, involves the use of two separate composite masses to restore the tooth anatomy.34 The concept is based on the employment of natural tooth as a model and identification of the optical properties of true dentin and enamel.35 It utilizes the "tristimulus L*a*b* color measurements and contrast ratio", where L* is the lightness or value, a* is hue over the green-red axis and b* is the hue over the blue-yellow axis (Fig 3).36
Caption: Feeling pain Studies of narwhal tooth anatomy reveal an extensive sensory network and production of substance P, linked to sensing pain.
Complexity of tooth anatomy is to be rightly judged while making the treatment plan and this would decide for either single or multi visit RCT.
Preoperatively, these images give information about the internal and external tooth anatomy which include number and location of roots and canals, root and canal curvatures, size of the pulp chamber, and the degree of calcification [21].
I don't recall understanding the text, but having the technical illustrations of fossil bones and tooth anatomy was like being granted access to another world.