What is lip molding used for?
Nasoalveolar (pronounced nay-zoh-al-VEE-uh-ler) molding (NAM) is a nonsurgical way to reshape the gums, lip and nostrils with a plastic plate before cleft lip and palate surgery. Pre-surgery molding may decrease the number of surgeries your child needs because it makes the cleft less severe.
What is a molding profile?
Usually a wide board that is used for hiding any unevenness in the transition where the wall meets the floor. Click HERE for a printable PDF of more bases examples. More Casings- The decorative wood moulding that frames either a door or a window to hide the transition where the wall meets a window or door.
What does scribe molding look like?
Scribe molding is a thin strip of wood that covers gaps or inconsistencies where the cabinet meets the ceiling or wall. The piece of wood is typically straight on the end that is placed against the wall, but the other end is curved to fit the cabinet.
What is the trim under cabinets called?
Cabinet moulding, sometimes spelled cabinet molding, is a long, narrow decorative piece of wood that is used to give cabinetry a customized look. It can be used to cover the space between the cabinets and the ceiling, installed atop or below a cabinet, or inserted into the cabinet front.
What is riser molding?
Starter/Riser Molding A Starter or Riser Molding is used as a mounting frame for Crown Molding in order to increase the overall height of a Crown Molding assembly, or allow it to rise flush to the ceiling. Ceiling heights are variable and Crown Molding is rarely the exact height required to fit the overall space.
What is batten molding?
Batten trim or batten molding is a thin strip of trim typically with a rectangular cross-section, used to cover seams between panels of exterior siding or interior paneling.
What is shoe molding?
Paired with a baseboard and painted to match, shoe moulding (also called “base shoe”) is a thin strip of moulding that finishes out the look of baseboards. It can often be found in a curved or round shape similar to quarter round moulding.
What are the benefits of nasoalveolar moulding for cleft lip?
There are several benefits of the nasoalveolar moulding technique in the treatment of cleft lip and palate deformity. A proper alignment of the alveolus, lip and the nose helps the surgeon to achieve a better and more predictable surgical result.
What are the different types of moulding?
CORNER MOULDING:This proﬁle is used to protect outside edges from damage and abrasion. Outside corners come in a variety of sizes and detail. COVE MOULDING: This proﬁle has a wide range of uses, it is most commonly used to soften the transition on inside corners.
What are lattice strips and panel moulds?
LATTICE: Lattice strips are thin pieces of ﬂat moulding that come in several widths and are used for a multitude of uses. Among the mostcommon uses are to hide seams, edge trim, etc. PANEL MOULDS: Panel moulds are used to frame wall paneling and add a decorative element to this type of application. Panel moulds also add accent to walls.
What is nasolaveolar molding (Nam)?
The nasolaveolar molding (NAM) technique a new approach to presurgical infant orthopedics developed by Grayson reduces the severity of the initial cleft alveolar and nasal deformity. This enables the surgeon and the patient to enjoy the benefits associated with repair of a cleft deformity that is minimal in severity.