buccal vestibule


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buc·cal ves·ti·bule

that part of the oral vestibule related to the cheek.
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buccal vestibule

The part of the oral vestibule bounded by the teeth, gingiva, and alveolar processes and laterally by the cheek.
See also: vestibule
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buc·cal ves·ti·bule

(bŭkăl vesti-byūl)
Part of the oral vestibule related to the cheek.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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Factors such as duration and daily frequency of naswar placement in the buccal vestibule can also affect the induced oral inflammatory response.
(2) Such malignancies have been reported in the salivary glands, gingiva, floor of the mouth, palate, buccal vestibule, and bone of the maxilla and mandible.
The lesions were probably produced by self-biting of buccal vestibule and nail-scratching of gingival tissue.
To gain access to the buccal fat pad, it was either approached through the resection field or a 2cm incision was made in the buccal vestibule near the 2nd maxillary molar tooth.
Intra orally the swelling was extending from right maxillary central incisor to right maxillary second pre molar with obliteration of buccal vestibule. The mucosa over the swelling appears normal.
Intraorally she had missing mandible on right side, firm to hard, painless, nontender swelling right buccal vestibule along with normal mucous membrane.