Buccal vestibule | definition of buccal vestibule by Medical dictionary
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that part of the oral vestibule related to the cheek.
that portion of the vestibule of the mouth that lies between the cheeks and the teeth and gingivae or residual alveolar ridges extending distally from the labial vestibule.
The part of the oral vestibule bounded by the teeth, gingiva, and alveolar processes and laterally by the cheek.
buc·cal ves·ti·bule (bŭkăl vesti-byūl)
Part of the oral vestibule related to the cheek.
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The advantages of BFP in affecting closure of oro- antral fistula have been cited to be a thoroughly vas- cularized flap, availability in the immediate proximity, minimal donor site morbidity, rapid mucosalization and the return of the buccal flap to its original anatomical position to avoid obliteration of the buccal vestibule
5 cms extending from 42 to 47 obliterating the right buccal vestibule
Intraorally a solitary growth, measuring about 3x4 cms was present involving the lower buccal vestibule
and the attached gingiva in the region of 34 to 37 (Fig 2), extending up to the occlusal level of 24-27.