buccal occlusion

buc·cal oc·clu·sion

1. malposition of a tooth toward the cheek;
2. the occlusion as seen from the buccal side of the teeth.

buc·cal oc·clu·sion

(bŭkăl ŏ-klūzhŭn)
1. Malposition of a tooth toward the cheek.
2. The occlusion as seen from the buccal side of the teeth.
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The PAR Index assigns scores to seven individual traits: alignment of upper and lower anterior segment, right and left buccal occlusion, overjet, overbite and centre line.
The buccal occlusion should be moved minimally, given the nice original occlusal relationship.