distolingual

distolingual

 [dis″to-ling´gwal]
pertaining to or formed by the distal and lingual surfaces of a tooth, or the distal and lingual walls of a tooth cavity preparation.

dis·to·lin·gual

(dis'tō-ling'gwăl),
Relating to the distal and lingual surfaces of a tooth; denoting the angle formed by their junction.

dis·to·lin·gual

(dis'tō-ling'gwăl)
Relating to the distal and lingual surfaces of a tooth; denoting the angle formed by their junction.

dis·to·lin·gual

(dis'tō-ling'gwăl)
Relating to distal and lingual surfaces of tooth; denoting angle formed by their junction.
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In each subject, 6 sites were evaluated on each tooth present (distobuccal, midbuccal, mesiobuccal, distolingual, midlingual, and mesiolingual).
The data collection sessions began with a baseline plaque record performed by a calibrated examiner using the O'Leary Plaque Control Record Index, (25-27) to note the presence or absence of plaque on six surfaces of each tooth: mesiolingual, distolingual, mesiofacial and distofacial.
De igual forma, en la medida que convergen en la fosa central, el surco de desarrollo transversal mesovestibular separa las cuspides mesovestibular y distovestibular, el surco de desarrollo transversal distovestibular separa las cuspides distovestibular y distal, y el surco de desarrollo transversal lingual separa las cuspides mesolingual y distolingual.
In molar teeth of both the maxilla and mandible, mesiobuccal cusp was the first to undergo calcification followed with mesiolingual, distobuccal, and finally, distolingual cusp.
The location of the level of the RMP coinciding with the plane of occlusion was evaluated by placing a 19 gauge straight stainless steel wire, 6" in length (the straightness of wire was confirmed by rolling it on a hard and flat marble surface) on the cusp tip of canine in the lower jaw and by posteriorly extending it to the distolingual cusp tip of second or the third molar (the most posterior tooth).
5,6) Measurements of probing pocket depth were performed at six sites per tooth: mesiobuccal, mid buccal, distobuccal, mesiolingual, mid lingual, and distolingual.
Patients screened with periodontal examinations included plaque index (PI), bleeding on probing (BOP), bleeding index, periodontal pocket depth (PPD) and clinical attachment level measurement, from cemento enamel junction (CEJ) to the deepest probable pocket depth, the measurements with Williams probe (Hu-Friedy, USA) in 6 parts: midfacial, midlingual, mesiofacial, mesiolingual, distofacial, distolingual aspects of each tooth.
The rotation, classified as one of the changes of position which was subjectively defined as an intra-alveolar rotation mesiolingual or distolingual of the dental element around its long axis.
dacrytheriids], mixtotheriids, dichodontids, xiphodontids, amphimerycids, maybe some dichobunines): Ms primitively bunodont, quadrate, each with bitubercular distal lobe bearing enlarged metaconule as distolingual cusp.
Tipo Localizacion Radix Raiz supernumeraria localizada de manera distolingual a la raiz Entomolaris de molares inferiores.
Los premolares maxilares tienen una cuspide funcional y los molares pueden tener solo una cuspide funcional (la mesiolingual) ya que la distolingual puede ser corta y de ser asi no se incluye en la evaluacion.
Although it is not necessary, an additional root is often associated with an increased number of cusps and an increased number of root canals with a more prominent occlusodistal or distolingual lobe [17].