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  • Labial opening

    Hole delimited lips.
  • Acute abdomen

    Abdominal pain that starts suddenly, within hours normally associated diseases surgical resolution is required urgent medical assessment Some possible causes of pancreatitis are acute abdomen, appendicitis, cholecystitis, etc..
  • Chromogenic bacteria

    Bacteria, gram-positive generally the species Actinomyces, causing a black coloration plaque.
  • Base craneal

    Endochondral bone is formed by the anterior aspect of the brain case. Because the cranial base bones stop growing relatively early, they are often used in overlapping strokes or serial cephalograms.
  • Dental calculus

    It arises when the plaque is not removed and this accumulates to become calcified generating and adhere to tooth surfaces. Also called tartar, tartar or hard plaque.
  • Root Canal

    The hollow portion of a tooth root. It goes from the point of the root to the pulp.
  • Atypical swallowing

    Filing of the tongue between the anterior teeth, especially in the initial phase of swallowing. This action, often combined with a resting position between the teeth also, can inhibit normal eruption and produce an open bite.
  • Full Denture Resin

    Type of prosthesis that is done the patient is edentulous, or she does not have any teeth in the upper or lower arch, requires a complete denture to avoid having to chew gum and eat. In these cases, the dentist played this patient's gums into molds, to perform dental lab full dentures and gums measures of patient.
  • Ectopic

    Located away from the normal position; often used to describe a condition in which a tooth develops in an abnormal position.
  • Oral Education

    It is a very important part of preventing oral. It is explained to the patient, techniques of toothbrushing and tongue, revision patterns, and especially to inform the patient all those things you should not do with your teeth.
  • Faciolingual

    Is the local direction perpendicular to the mesiodistal direction and parallel to the occlusal plane, address / facial sense is far from the direction / lingually (or palatal) stands for anterior dental arch, and oral facial is synonymous with the posterior dental arch.
  • Splint

    Structure or material usually acrylic prosthesis (resin) used both periodontal treatment as the tool to break mobile teeth and pathology treatments temporomandibular joint to relieve the symptoms of this joint and the consequences on the chewing surfaces of the teeth caused by excessive tightening (Bruxism).
  • Genioplasia

    Is a surgical procedure to restore the contour of the chin, usually by an increase or reduction.
  • Glossotomy

    Is a surgical procedure that involves an incision part of the tongue, designed to reduce the size of the language and to change its shape.
  • Halitosis

    Oral health disorder characterized by persistent bad breath.
  • Hygienist

    A dental average graduate who has trained in an approved course in dental hygiene and is licensed to provide certain dental services.
  • Impacted

    Is the description of the condition of partial or total lack of eruption of a tooth after the normal age for eruption. An impacted tooth may appear blocked by another tooth, bone or soft tissue, but the cause of the impaction is often unknown.
  • Implant

    Is the surgery to implant a screw in the bone, or jaw, and later when few months have elapsed, this screw that comes to the surface of the gum, tooth or put a special cover. Also placed implants, on instead of a sleeve or ring placed higher prosthesis.
  • Cleft Lip

    Unilateral or bilateral congenital cleft upper lip, generally lateral to the midline. The defect can be extended to the nostrils and may involve the alveolar process. Caused by a defect in the fusion of the maxillary and nasal; may be accompanied by a cleft palate. A cleft palate is a congenital unilateral or bilateral cleft palate in.
  • Labioversion

    General term that indicates the deviation of a tooth labially.
  • Macrodontia

    Teeth that are larger than normal.
  • Malocclusion

    Bad position and contact with the upper teeth that interfere lower maximum performance.
  • Neutroclusión

    Normal relationship of the mesiodistal occlusal buccal teeth.
  • Core, Pin or Post

    Structure of a biocompatible metallic material that is cemented into the root canal and is intended to support and retain the crown or filling.
  • Composite Fillings

    Must be performed when the decay affects more than one tooth wall. Execution are difficult and usually must be performed with anesthesia. Composites can be used both as amalgams.
  • Occlusal

    Belonging to the chewing surfaces of back teeth. It can be used to identify those areas of the tooth and the address (upward in the lower arc, downwards in the highest).
  • Palate

    Is the bone and soft tissue that closes the space covered by the upper dental arch, a rear extension to the pharynx. Forms the roof of the mouth and is connected to the nasal septum and the floor of the midline of the nose.
  • Screen vestibular

    (Oral Screen), device used to divert or eliminate muscle forces in certain teeth. Commonly placed in the lobby between the lips, cheeks and teeth.
  • Cyst

    Saco without opening or outlet, lined by epithelium often contains liquid. The source can be infectious or residual. The vast majority are benign and should always be performed to study pathology.
  • Radiography

    Diagnostic test which uses invisible electromagnetic energy beams to produce images of internal tissues, bones and organs onto film.
  • Root

    Part of the tooth covered by enamel, normally lying within the socket where it joins the bone by the periodontal membrane or ligament. It extends from the neck to the apex. Normally the bone is contained in.
  • Sarro

    Calcareous material deposit which adheres to teeth, favoring a white dark-greenish-. The origin is calcified plaque. It is necessary to remove and otherwise leads to periodontal disease onset. Also called calculus or tartar.
  • Dental sealant

    Thin plastic film that is painted on the chewing surfaces of back teeth (molars and premolars) to prevent the formation of caries.
  • Tartrectomy

    Scaling supragingival. Also called Scaling.
  • Torus

    A bone exostosis on the palate or lower alveolar lingual surface of the mandible in the area of ​​canine or premolar (mandibular torus or Palatino).
  • Underbite

    A non-technical term for ambiguous negative overjet.
  • Unirradicular

    Tooth with a single root.
  • Emptying

    In the act of emptying dental impression in the mouth, the substance that will lead to the exact representation of the same, is usually special types of gypsum.
  • Veil

    Posterior portion of the soft palate appendiceal.
  • Whitening System

    International term used for tooth whitening systems.
  • Xerostomia

    Dry mouth. Triggered by a decrease in salivary flow. Associated Disease generally very medicated elderly patients or patients treated with antidepressants (side effect of many medications). Síndrome the Sjögren.

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