buccoversion

buc·co·ver·sion

(bŭk'ō-ver'zhŭn),
Malposition of a posterior tooth from the normal line of occlusion toward the cheek.

buccoversion

/buc·co·ver·sion/ (-ver´zhun) position of a tooth lying buccally to the line of occlusion.

buc·co·ver·sion

(bŭk'ō-vĕr-zhŭn)
Malposition of a posterior tooth from the normal line of occlusion toward the cheek.

buc·co·ver·sion

(bŭk'ō-vĕr-zhŭn)
Malposition of a posterior tooth from normal line of occlusion toward the cheek.

buccoversion (buk´ōvur´zhən),

n a deviation from the normal line of occlusion toward the cheeks.
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8 mm wire Hawley-type vestibular arch (Dentaurum-Ispringen[R], Germany) was attached to the plate when necessary, to aid in the uprighting of the upper incisors when they presented buccoversion (Figure 1).