linguoclusion

lin·guo·clu·sion

(ling'gwō-klū'zhŭn),
Displacement of a tooth toward the interior of the dental arch, or toward the tongue.
See also: lingual occlusion (2).
Synonym(s): lingual occlusion (1)

linguoclusion

[ling′gwōklō′zhən]
Etymology: L, lingua, tongue + occludere, to close up
malocclusion in which the tooth is lingual to the line of the normal dental arch. Also called lingual occlusion.

lin·guo·clu·sion

(ling'gwō-klū'zhŭn)
Displacement of a tooth toward the interior of the dental arch, or toward the tongue.

lin·guo·clu·sion

(ling'gwō-klū'zhŭn)
Displacement of tooth toward interior of dental arch, or toward tongue.
See also: lingual occlusion (2)
Synonym(s): lingual occlusion (1) .
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