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  • n. Plural form of dentition.

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Examples

  • Our maintenance costs rise every year and we would quite happily consume everything that the taxpayer could throw at us to save our progressively damaged dentitions from failure and our collective horror at the prospect of dentures.

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  • The adult dentitions of these two mutants have classically been considered to be similar.

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  • Accordingly, in both the upper and lower cheek dentitions, heterozygous

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  • Over the millennia, as vertebrates developed more powerful opposing jaws for feeding in water and on land, most species adapted their dentitions there.

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  • In Lake Malawi, one of East Africa's Great Lakes, scientists can find a great diversity of dentitions among more than 1,000 cichlid species.

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  • (SE 7.2) and significantly increased annually to 42. 7\% (SE 9.2) after 5 years in permanent dentitions.

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  • However, this change had not resulted in an increase in the REX score in both dentitions.

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  • In primary dentitions the mean percentage of ART restorations after 1 year was

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  • This image shows the dentitions from a human (left), Ar. ramidus (middle), and chimpanzee

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  • Dr. Westin Price, a dentist from Cleveland, began to notice that many of his patients had narrow and long faces, lower jaws that were underdeveloped, forward head and neck posture and very crowded teeth (dentitions).

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