Medical Definition of Central bearing

1. In dentistry, application of forces between the maxillae and mandible at a single point located as near as possible to the centre of the supporting areas of the upper and lower jaws; used for the purpose of distributing closing forces evenly throughout the areas of the supporting structures during the recording of maxillomandibular (jaw) relations and during the correction of occlusal errors. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Central Bearing

central and lateral intermediate substance
central angiospastic retinitis
central angiospastic retinopathy
central angle
central angles
central apnea
central apparatus
central areolar choroidal atrophy
central areolar choroidal sclerosis
central artery
central artery of retina
central artery of the retina
central atom
central bank
central banks
central bearing (current term)
central body
central bone
central bone of ankle
central bradycardia
central business district
central callus
central canal
central canal of spinal cord
central canal of the vitreous
central canals of cochlea
central cementifying fibroma
central chimpanzee
central city

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