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  Occlusion



Occlusion

    Closure. Relationship of the upper and lower teeth upon closure.



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Occluded artery
An artery that is narrowed by plaque that impedes blood flow.



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A change in the patient's condition, with sometimes rapid fluctuations between uncontrolled movements and normal movement, usually occurring after long-term use of levodopa and probably caused by changes in the ability to respond to this drug.

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Occlusion

Onlay
Laboratory produced restoration covering one or more cusps of a tooth.

Oral and maxillofacial surgeon
A dental specialist who manages the diagnosis & surgical treatment of diseases, injuries, and deformities of the mouth and supporting structures; Requires four additional years of training after dental school.

Oral cavity
The mouth.

Oral hygiene
Process of maintaining cleanliness of the teeth and related structures.

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Surgical procedures on the mouth including extractions, removal of cysts or tumors, and repair of fractured jaws.

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