distolabial

distolabial

 [dis″to-la´be-al]
pertaining to or formed by the distal and labial surfaces of a tooth or the distal and labial walls of a tooth cavity preparation.
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dis·to·la·bi·al

(dis'tō-lā'bē-ăl),
Relating to the distal and labial surfaces of a tooth; denoting the angle formed by their junction.
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dis·to·la·bi·al

(dis'tō-lā'bē-ăl)
Relating to the distal and labial surfaces of a tooth; denoting the angle formed by their junction.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

dis·to·la·bi·al

(dis'tō-lā'bē-ăl)
Relating to distal and labial surfaces of teeth; denoting angle formed by their junction.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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Chohayeb13 investigated the dilaceration pattern of 480 maxillary lateral incisors and found that more than half of the samples showed a dilaceration in a distolabial direction, and palatal dilacerations of the apical third of the root apex were observed in only 10.4% of the study samples.
Gingival recession of about 0.5 mm was presented at the distolabial aspect of the left lateral incisor, resulting in gingival level disharmony (Figure 1(b)).
Periodontal examination consisted of measuring pockets at six regions of teeth ie, mesiolabial, midlabial, distolabial, mesiopalatal, midpalatal and distopalatal using UNC-15 probe.
During the formation of the anterior occlusion, physiologic movement of the maxillary and mandibular canines in a distolabial direction occurs [Rapp and Demiroz, 1983].
Briefly, 5 sterile paper strips (Periopaper) were gently inserted into the mesiolabial or distolabial gingival sulcus between the upper anterior teeth within 2 mm.