mesiodistal

mesiodistal

 [me″ze-o-dis´tal]
pertaining to the mesial and distal surfaces of a tooth.

me·si·o·dis·tal

(mē'zē-ō-dis'tăl),
Denoting the plane or diameter of a tooth cutting its mesial and distal surfaces.

me·si·o·dis·tal

(mē'zē-ō-dis'tăl)
Pertaining to both the mesial and distal surfaces of a tooth, as a diameter measured from one surface to the other.

me·si·o·dis·tal

(mē'zē-ō-dis'tăl)
Denoting plane or diameter of a tooth cutting its mesial and distal surfaces.

mesiodistal

pertaining to the mesial and distal surfaces of a tooth.
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5) Palatal rugae distal endpoint displacement: distal endpoint displacement of the palatal rugae occurred in a relatively large proportion of patients: anteroposterior and mesiodistal displacement in 45.
After the radiographic exposures, each test tooth was embedded in acrylic and 100[micro]m-thick sections were cut in the mesiodistal direction using an Exact 300 CL (Exakt Apparatebau GmbH, Norderstedt, Germany) diamond saw.
It is performed by measuring the mesiodistal width of each permanent tooth excluding second and third molars.
A new method to measure mesiodistal angulation and faciolingual inclination of each whole tooth with volumetric cone-beam computed tomography images.
Dental crowding and its relationship to mesiodistal crown diameters and arch dimensions.
A pre-operative radiograph was obtained in the buccolingual and mesiodistal directions using a digital technique to measure the root curvature according to the Schneider method (17).
Change in the mesiodistal axial inclination of the maxillary lateral teeth during the mixed dentition stage: Morphometric analysis of panoramic radiographs from two cases of mild crowding with a high canine.
Many studies have shown a correlation between the mesiodistal tooth widths of the maxillary and mandibular teeth3.
Mesiodistal angulation and faciolingual inclination of each whole tooth in 3dimensional space in patients with near-normal occlusion.
Once it touched bone, it was withdrawn slightly and constantly moved vertically (apicocoronal), up and down the pocket, and side to side (either buccolingual or mesiodistal depending on location of the pocket), with slow smooth sweeping motions.