Bonwill triangle


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Bon·will tri·an·gle

(bon'wil),
an equilateral triangle formed by lines from the contact points of the lower central incisors, or the medial line of the residual ridge of the mandible, to the condyle on either side and from one condyle to the other.
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Bonwill,

William G.A., U.S. dentist, 1833-1899.
Bonwill triangle - an equilateral triangle formed by lines from the contact points of the lower central incisors, or the medial line of the residual ridge of the mandible, to the condyle on either side and from one condyle to the other.
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Bon·will tri·an·gle

(bonwil trīang-gĕl)
Equi-lateral triangle formed by lines from contact points of the lower central incisors or the medial line of residual ridge of mandible, to condyle on either side and from one condyle to the other.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012