mesial angle

me·si·al an·gle

the angle formed by the meeting of the mesial with the labial (or buccal) or lingual surface of a tooth.

me·si·al an·gle

(mē'zē-ăl ang'gĕl)
The angle formed by the meeting of the mesial with the labial (or buccal) or lingual surface of a tooth.

me·si·al an·gle

(mē'zē-ăl ang'gĕl)
Area formed by meeting of mesial with labial (or buccal) or lingual tooth surface.
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Clinically, central incisors fractures caused by fron- tal impacts fall into three categories according to the direction and position of fracture lines: (a) horizontal crown fracture involving the mesio-distal angles or (oblique fracture of the whole incisal edge) (b) oblique fractures involving the mesial angle of the central in- cisors (c) oblique fractures involving the distal angle of the central incisors.
Bjerklin and Kurol [1983] identified both an increased mesial angle and mesio-distal dimension of the FPM in ectopic eruption cases.