buccal crossbite

buc·cal cross·bite

(bŭkăl krawsbīt)
Buccal displacement of the affected posterior tooth or teeth as related to the opposing (i.e., antagonistic) tooth or teeth.
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The patient had been thoroughly examined for all the possible contributing factors and was found with no skeletal abnormality, or history of habit except the malpositioned maxillary left premolar which was in buccal crossbite in relation to the opposing teeth and palatally erupted maxillary left lateral incisor.
Crozat appliance treatment of buccal crossbite. J Clin Orthod 2003; 37: 329-34.