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me·si·o·dens

(mē'zē-ō-denz),
A supernumerary tooth located in the midline of the anterior maxillae, between the maxillary central incisor teeth.
Synonym(s): mediodens
[mesio- + L. dens, tooth]

mesiodens

/me·sio·dens/ (me´ze-o-dens) pl. mesioden´tes   a small supernumerary tooth, occurring singly or paired, generally palatally between the maxillary central incisors.

mesiodens

[mē′zē·ədenz]
Etymology: Gk, mesos + L, dens, tooth
a supernumerary erupted or unerupted tooth that develops between two maxillary central incisors. Compare peridens.

me·si·o·dens

(mē'zē-ō-denz)
A supernumerary tooth located in the midline of the anterior maxillae, generally between the maxillary central incisor teeth. Surgical removal is usually indicated.
[mesio- + L. dens, tooth]

me·si·o·dens

(mē'zē-ō-denz)
Supernumerary tooth in midline of anterior maxillae, between maxillary central incisor teeth.
Synonym(s): mediodens.
[mesio- + L. dens, tooth]

mesiodens (mē´zēədenz),

n a supernumerary tooth appearing in an erupted or unerupted state between the two maxillary central incisors.