bulbosity

bulbosity

(bʌlˈbɒsɪtɪ)
n, pl -ties
1. Also called: bulbousness the quality of being bulbous
2. a bulbous object
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As the clip is slowly removed from the attachment the force rapidly becomes retentive as the leaves of the clip are forced open and this reaches a maximum, or peak force, as it passes over the bulbosity of the ball.
Increase in age, male gender, abnormal root morphology (increased length, excessive bulbosity or divergent roots), sinus proximity to root apices and upper first molar are the responsible factors for OAC formation.