buccoclusion

buccoclusion

/buc·co·clu·sion/ (buk″o-kloo´zhun) malocclusion in which the dental arch or a quadrant or group of teeth is buccal to the normal.

buccoclusion

[buk′ə·klo̅o̅′zhən]
Etymology: L, bucca, cheek + occludere, to close up
a malocclusion in which the dental arch or the quadrant of a dental arch or group of teeth is positioned closer to the cheek than normal. Compare linguoocclusion.

buccoclusion (buk´ōklōō´zhən),

n an occlusion in which the dental arch or group of teeth is buccal to the normal position.