Retrude



verb (used with object), retruded, retruding. Dentistry.
1.
to produce retrusion in.

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  • Retrusion

    noun, Dentistry. 1. the act of moving a tooth backward. 2. a condition characterized by the backward displacement of a tooth or teeth. retrusion re·tru·sion (rĭ-trōō’zhən) n. Retraction from any given point, especially the backward movement of the mandible.

  • Retrusive

    noun, Dentistry. 1. the act of moving a tooth backward. 2. a condition characterized by the backward displacement of a tooth or teeth. retrusion re·tru·sion (rĭ-trōō’zhən) n. Retraction from any given point, especially the backward movement of the mandible.



  • Retrusive occlusion

    retrusive occlusion re·tru·sive occlusion (rĭ-trōō’sĭv, -zĭv) n. Occlusion in which the lower jaw is forcefully or habitually placed toward the back from its centric position.

  • Retry

    verb (used with object), tried, trying. 1. to attempt to do or accomplish: Try it before you say it’s simple. 2. to test the effect or result of (often followed by out): to try a new method; to try a recipe out. 3. to endeavor to evaluate by experiment or experience: to try a new […]



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