axiopulpal

ax·i·o·pul·pal

(ak'sē-ō-pŭl'păl),
Referring to the line angle formed by the junction of an axial and pulpal wall of a tooth cavity.
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ax·i·o·pul·pal

(ak'sē-ō-pŭl'păl)
Referring to the line angle formed by the junction of axial and pulpal walls of a tooth cavity.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

ax·i·o·pul·pal

(ak'sē-ō-pŭl'păl)
Referring to the line angle formed by the junction of an axial and pulpal wall of a tooth cavity.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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This failure could be related to the fact that amalgam thickness was less than 1.5 mm under heavy occlusal load, improper location and designing of axial wall and axiopulpal line angle.