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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Usual reported AEs include labial or buccolingual edema, itching in oral cavity or other parts of the face, throat irritation, rhinoconjunctivitis, and gastrointestinal (GI) problems.
It is hypothesised "the Bmp4-Msx1 pathway is a driving force in the activator-inhibitor network regulating sequential tooth initiation, while Msx1 and Osr2 act antagonistically to pattern the tooth morphogenic field by controlling the expression and spatial distribution of mesenchymal odontogenic signals along the buccolingual axis" [Zhang et al.
The buccolingual ground sections were prepared from each specimen.
She continues to experience dysarthrotic speech, buccolingual choreoathetosis with generalized choreoathetosis and intermittent dystonia and ballismus, which affect her gait and fine-motor skills, Dr.
The main agents causing gingival recession that have been described in the literature are dental plaque, (1) destructive periodontal disease, (2,3) mechanical trauma, (4,5) areas with absence or a narrow zone (width) of attached gingiva, (6) muscular inserts near the gingival margin, (7) reduced thickness of the alveolar bone in the buccolingual side, (8,9) root prominence, (10) irregular tooth alignment in the dental arch, (11) margins of gingival restorations (12,13) and viruses.
For the microtensile test, 5 teeth per group were sequentially sectioned with a water-cooled diamond disc (Isomet 4000) (Buehler, Lake Bluff, IL, USA), along the mesiodistal and buccolingual axis, in order to obtain beams with a square cross-sectional area of about 1 [mm.