anatomic teeth

anatomic teeth
1. artificial teeth that duplicate the anatomic forms of natural teeth. 2. teeth that have prominent pointed or rounded cusps on the masticating surfaces and are designed to occlude with the teeth of the opposing denture or natural dentition.

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