buccal gingiva

buc·cal gin·gi·va

that portion of the gingiva that covers the buccal surfaces of the teeth and alveolar process.
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

buc·cal gin·gi·va

(bŭkăl jinji-vă)
Portion of gingiva that covers the buccal surfaces of teeth and alveolar process.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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On intra oral examination there was a solitary swelling with ill-defined borders of size 5x4 centimeter was noted on the right buccal gingiva extending from mesial aspect of 14 to distal aspect of 17 (Figure 2).
Caption: Figure 2: lintra oral examination showing a solitary swelling with ill-defined borders of size 5x4 centimeter noted on the right buccal gingiva extending from mesial aspect of 14 to distal aspect of 17
Localized gingival defects are routinely corrected with autogenous grafts from either the palatal mucosa or buccal gingiva. However, many patients may not desire a palatal graft due to the additional morbidity of the procedure, or due to a history of significant postsurgical bleeding from the palatal donor site.
The microscopic analysis was performed on the buccal gingiva of the mandibular right first molar by a single calibrated blind examiner using a light transmission microscope BX51 (Olympus, Melville, NY, USA).
Peripheral manifestation include the canine area and buccal gingiva around the canine area.
These findings are in contrast to those reported by Thusu et al.2 who reported lip as the commonest site of accidental injury (48%), followed by buccal gingiva (17%).
The palatal and buccal gingiva of the upper anterior region was sutured into position.