mesioversion

me·si·o·ver·sion

(mē'zē-ō-ver'zhŭn),
Malposition of a tooth mesial to normal, in an anterior direction following the curvature of the dental arch.

mesioversion

/me·sio·ver·sion/ (me″ze-o-ver´zhun) displacement of a tooth along the dental arch toward the midline of the face.

mesioversion

[mē′zē·ōvur′zhən]
Etymology: Gk, mesos + L, vertere, to turn
1 a condition in which one or more teeth are closer than normal to the midline.
2 a condition in which the maxilla or mandible is positioned more anteriorly than normal.

me·si·o·ver·sion

(mē'zē-ō-vĕr'zhŭn)
Malposition of a tooth mesial to normal, in an anterior direction following the curvature of the dental arch.

me·si·o·ver·sion

(mē'zē-ō-vĕr'zhŭn)
Malposition of a tooth mesial to normal, in an anterior direction following curvature of dental arch.
Synonym(s): mesial displacement, mesioplacement.

mesioversion (mēzēōvur´zhən),

n when applied to a tooth, a term indicating that the tooth is closer than normal to the median plane or midline. When applied to the maxillae or mandible, it means that the jaw is anterior to its normal position.
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