Equilibration

• (n.) The process by which animal and vegetable organisms preserve a physiological balance. • (n.) Act of keeping a balance, or state of being balanced; equipoise.
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equilibration

(e-kwil″ĭ-bra´shәn) the achievement of a balance between opposing elements or forces. mandibular equilibration the act or acts done to put the mandible into equilibrium with the maxilla. a condition in which all the forces acting upon the mandible are neu...
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equilibration

noun stabilization by bringing into equilibrium
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Equilibration

E`qui·li·bra'tion noun 1. Act of keeping a balance, or state of being balanced; equipoise. « In . . . running, leaping, and dancing, nature's laws of equilibration are observed.» J. Denham. 2. (Biol.) The process by which animal and vegetable organi...
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equilibration

Reshaping of the occlusal surfaces of teeth to create harmonious contact relationships between the upper and lower teeth; also known as occlusal adjustment.
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equilibration

Type: Term Pronunciation: ē′kwi-li-brā′shŭn, e-kwil-ĭ- Definitions: 1. The act of maintaining an equilibrium or balance. 2. The act of exposing a liquid, blood or plasma, to a gas at a certain partial pressure until the partial pressures of the gas within and without the liquid are equal. 3. In dentistry, modificatio...
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equilibration

[n] - stabilization by bringing into equilibrium
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