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Figure 1: (a) Model 1: Intact central incisor. (b) Model 2: Plane flat root face No retentive channel. (c) Model 3: “Plus-shaped” retentive channels on face of the root. (d) Model 4: The plus shape retentive channels 2 mm short to external surface. (e) Model5: Retentive channel only in mesiodistal direction. (f) Model 6: Retentive channel mesio-distal direction 2 mm short to external surface. (g) Model 7: Retentive channel faciolingual direction. (h) Model 8: retentive channel faciolingual direction 2 mm short to external surface. Adopted from my ongoing PhD thesis

Figure 1: (a) Model 1: Intact central incisor. (b) Model 2: Plane flat root face No retentive channel. (c) Model 3: “Plus-shaped” retentive channels on face of the root. (d) Model 4: The plus shape retentive channels 2 mm short to external surface. (e) Model5: Retentive channel only in mesiodistal direction. (f) Model 6: Retentive channel mesio-distal direction 2 mm short to external surface. (g) Model 7: Retentive channel faciolingual direction. (h) Model 8: retentive channel faciolingual direction 2 mm short to external surface. Adopted from my ongoing PhD thesis