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Of, relating to, or being the cutting edge of an incisor or canine tooth.


(Dentistry) dentistry relating to the cutting edge of incisors and cuspids


(ɪnˈsaɪ zəl)
of or pertaining to the surface or cutting edge of an incisor.
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It is measured from the facial surface of the more lingual tooth (usually the mandibular incisor) and the incisal edge of the more facial incisor (usually in the maxilla).18 For lateral excursions and occlusal interferences both working and balancing side occlusal contacts were recorded.
After right auricle was removed, a cryoablation line was made at the junction of the incisal edge of right auricle and tricuspid annulus.
* U1i-FH: Distance between the Frankfurt Horizontal Plane and incisal edge of the maxillary first incisor
The initial displacement was the largest in the incisal edge of lateral incisors compared with the canine central incisors.
Trismus was assessed by measuring interincisal distance at mesial angle of incisal edge of upper and lower central incisors in mm pre-operatively and postoperatively by co-author at the maximum mouth opening with callipers.
A metal ruler accurate to 0.5 mm, was used to measure over jet from the middle of the incisal edge of the most prominent upper central incisor to the labial surface of the corresponding lower incisor, on study model parallel to the occlusal plane.
In clinical examinations, first the extent of mouth opening was determined with the use of a Veriner caliper by measuring the distance from the incisal edge of maxillary incisors to the incisal edge of mandibular incisors.
Medium body putty was used to cover the biting sensor to avoid any damage to the strain gauge and the sensor was placed on the incisal edge of the anterior teeth for measuring anterior bite force.
Bennett Isabella has been named one of the 2018 "40 Under 40" by Incisal Edge dental lifestyle magazine, which recognizes America's finest young practitioners for their achievements in dentistry.
All samples were tested in a universal tester with a 30[degrees] angle to the long axis and a breaking test at 1 mm below the incisal edge at a rate of 5 mm / min.
As there were signs of erosion in combination with some degree of attrition seen in this patient, the aim of the treatment was to prevent further palatal tooth surface loss and reduce the risk of incisal edge fracture.
Trismus was measured with a millimetric ruler, asking the patient for the maximal oral opening possible and recording the distance from the incisal edge of the upper central incisors to the incisal edge of the lower central incisors.