mesiobuccoocclusal

mesiobuccoocclusal

[mē′zē·ōbuk′ō·oklo̅o̅′zəl]
Etymology: Gk, mesos, middle; L, bucca, cheek; L, occludere, to close up
pertaining to the point angle formed by the mesial, buccal, and occlusal surfaces of a tooth. Compare mesiolinguoocclusal.

me·si·o·buc·co·oc·clu·sal

(mēzē-ō-bŭkō-ŏ-klūzăl)
Relating to the angle formed by the junction of the mesial, buccal, and occlusal surfaces of a bicuspid or molar tooth.

me·si·o·buc·co·oc·clu·sal

(mēzē-ō-bŭkō-ŏ-klūzăl)
Relating to angle formed by junction of mesial, buccal, and occlusal surfaces of a premolar or molar tooth.
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