buccolingual

buc·co·lin·gual

(bŭk'ō-ling'wăl),
1. Pertaining to the cheek and the tongue.
2. In dentistry, referring to that aspect of the dental arch or those surfaces of the teeth in contact with the mucosa of the lip or cheek and the tongue.

buc·co·lin·gual

(bŭk'ō-ling'gwăl)
1. Pertaining to the cheek and the tongue.
2. dentistry Referring to that aspect of the dental arch or those surfaces of the teeth in contact with the mucosa of the lip or cheek and the tongue.

buccolingual

(bŭk″kō-lĭng′gwăl)
Concerning the buccal and lingual surfaces of a tooth.

buc·co·lin·gual

(bŭk'ō-ling'gwăl)
1. In dentistry, referring to that aspect of the dental arch or those surfaces of the teeth in contact with the mucosa of the lip or cheek and the tongue.
2. Pertaining to the cheek and the tongue.
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The separating disc was used to section the roots vertically in a buccolingual direction into two halves in order to expose the root-end fillings (Fig 3).
The teeth were radiographed in buccolingual and mesiodistal views to visualize the AIRC.
Before the analysis, all teeth were radiographed in the buccolingual and mesiodistal directions to confirm the presence of a single canal with no curvature.
Treatment of such patients starts with orthodontic repositioning of teeth in the correct mesiodistal, buccolingual and apicocoronal positions to accommodate restorative management or opening or closure of spaces accordingly.
The symptoms included, tongue protrusion, drooling, inability to speak (characteristics of buccolingual dyskinesia), up rolling of eyes and involuntary tremor like movements.
Crown parts of selected teeth were separated from roots and sectioned in the buccolingual position.
The models must be drilled in the buccolingual direction with the aid of a round bur mounted in a handpiece on the limited horizontal line near the midlines of the teeth.
Morrees [19] also reported that permanent canines were on average 6% larger in males for both mesiodistal and buccolingual dimensions.