Dental articulator with wax-up of dentures.
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articulator — A mechanical device which represents the temporomandibular joints and jaw members to which maxillary and mandibular casts may be attached. SYN: occluding frame. adjustable a. 1. an a. which may be adjusted to permit movement of the casts into… … Medical dictionary
adjustable articulator — 1. a dental articulator that can be adjusted to permit movement of the casts into recorded eccentric relationships. 2. a dental articulator capable of adjustment to more than one eccentric position … Medical dictionary
semiadjustable articulator — a dental articulator that can be adjusted so that one movement conforms with a mandibular movement … Medical dictionary
occluding frame — dental articulator … Medical dictionary
split cast method — 1. a procedure for placing indexed casts on a dental articulator to facilitate their removal and replacement on the instrument. 2. the procedure of checking the ability of a dental articulator to receive or be adjusted to a maxillomandibular… … Medical dictionary
occluder — In dentistry, a name given to some articulators. * * * oc·clud·er (ə kl dґər) a type of dental articulator … Medical dictionary
anterior guide — the part of a dental articulator on which the anterior guide pin rests to maintain the vertical dimension of occlusion; it influences the degree of separation of the casts in eccentric relationships … Medical dictionary
incisal guide — the part of a dental articulator that maintains the incisal guide angle … Medical dictionary
артикулятор — Устройство для воспроизведения движений нижней челюсти при формировании искусственного зубного ряда [ГОСТ 26322 84] Тематики оборудование стоматологическое EN dental articulator DE Artikulator FR articulateur … Справочник технического переводчика
Place of articulation — In articulatory phonetics, the place of articulation (also point of articulation) of a consonant is the point of contact, where an obstruction occurs in the vocal tract between an active (moving) articulator (typically some part of the tongue)… … Wikipedia