bimaxillary protrusive occlusion

bi·max·il·lar·y pro·tru·sive oc·clu·sion

an occlusion in which both the maxilla and mandible protrude, causing the long axes of the maxillary anterior teeth to be at an extremely acute angle to the mandibular teeth; may be secondary to a skeletal or dental deformity, or both; seen commonly in blacks.

bi·max·il·lar·y pro·tru·sive oc·clu·sion

(bī-maksi-lar-ē prō-trūsiv ŏ-klūzhŭn)
Occlusion in which both maxilla and mandible protrude, causing the long axes of the maxillary anterior teeth to be at an extremely acute angle to the mandibular teeth; may be secondary to a skeletal or dental deformity, or both.