distoversion

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dis·to·ver·sion

(dis'tō-ver'zhŭn),
Malposition of a tooth distal to normal, in a posterior direction following the curvature of the dental arch.
Synonym(s): distoplacement

distoversion

[dis′tō·vər′zhən]
Etymology: L, distare, to be distant + vertere, to turn
the position of a tooth that is farther than normal from the median line of the face along the dental arch. Compare mesioversion.

dis·to·ver·sion

(dis'tō-vĕr-zhŭn)
Malposition of a tooth distal to normal, in a posterior direction following the curvature of the dental arch.

dis·to·ver·sion

(dis'tō-vĕr-zhŭn)
Malposition of a tooth distal to normal, in a posterior direction following curvature of dental arch.
Synonym(s): distoplacement.

distoversion

(dis´tōver´zhən),
n the placement of a tooth farther than normal from the median plane or midline.