distobuccal


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distobuccal

 [dis″to-buk´'l]
pertaining to or formed by the distal and buccal surfaces of a tooth, or by the distal and buccal walls of a tooth cavity.

dis·to·buc·cal

(dis'tō-bŭk'ăl),
Relating to the distal and buccal surfaces of a tooth; denoting the angle formed by their junction.

dis·to·buc·cal

(dis'tō-bŭk'ăl)
Relating to the distal and buccal surfaces of a tooth; denoting the angle formed by their junction.

dis·to·buc·cal

(dis'tō-bŭk'ăl)
Relating to distal and buccal surfaces of tooth; denoting angle formed by their junction.

distobuccal

pertaining to or formed by the distal and buccal surfaces of a tooth, or by the distal and buccal walls of a tooth cavity.
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There were significant decreases in the BABT of the tooth number 26 (level of the distobuccal and mesiobuccal roots) and significant increases in the palatal bone thickness of the same tooth (p<0.
The following reference points and planes on lateral cephalograms were used: L1, the incisal tip of the mandibular central incisor; M7, the distobuccal cusp tip of the mandibular permanent second molar; mandibular plane (MP), the line between gonion and gnathion; L1-MP, the perpendicular distance from the tip of L1 to the mandibular plane; M7-MP, the perpendicular distance from the distobuccal cusp tip of M7 to the mandibular plane; and S-MP, the perpendicular distance from the deepest point of the VSC to the mandibular plane.
The root canal configuration for palatal roots and distobuccal roots was very straight forward.
Sao Paulo, Brazil) was conducted at six sites per tooth (mesiobuccal, buccal, distobuccal, mesiolingual, lingual, distolingual).
Class II malocclusion was considered when the first permanent lower molar mesiobuccal sulcus was not receiving the mesiobuccal apex of the first upper permanent molar but the contact point was located at its distobuccal apex or even more distal; and it was classified as class III malocclusion when the first permanent lower molar was occluding in a mesial direction the relation to the first upper permanent molar, it is, when the mesial apex of the upper one was occluding lower premolars.
mesiobuccal, midbuccal, distobuccal, mesiolingual, midlingual, and distolingual.
The selected points were: the midincisal points of the incisors, the canine's cusp tips, the buccal cusp tips of the premolars, and the distobuccal cusp tips of the first molars (Fig.
Every tooth was evaluated to determine pocket depth (mm) and clinical attachment level (mm, six measurements per tooth -mesiobuccal, buccal, distobuccal, mesiolingual, lingual and distolingual using a periodontal probe UNC-Hu-Friedy).
Four gingivally related quadrisections of each tooth (mesiobuccal, distobuccal, mesiolingual, distolingual) were visually examined for plaque deposits using a modification of the index of O'Leary [Franco et al.
PPD (the distance in millimeters from the free gingival margin to the bottom of the pocket) and CAL (the distance in millimeters from the cemento-enamel junction to the bottom of the pocket) (20,21) of all the teeth were assessed by using a William's Probe (Hu-Friedy, Chicago, IL, USA) at six sites of a tooth: mesiobuccal, midbuccal, distobuccal, mesiolingual, midlingual, and distolingual.
On lateral cephalograms, perpendicular distances from the incisal tip of mandibular central incisor (L1-MP), the deepest point of COS (S-MP) and distobuccal cusp tip of mandibular second molar (L7-MP) to mandibualr plane (MP) were measured and proportioned as L1-MP/S-MP and L7-MP/S-MP.
5,6) Measurements of probing pocket depth were performed at six sites per tooth: mesiobuccal, mid buccal, distobuccal, mesiolingual, mid lingual, and distolingual.