distoclusal

(redirected from distoocclusal)

dis·to·clu·sal

(dis'tō-klū'săl),
1. Relating to or characterized by distoclusion.
2. Denoting a compound cavity or restoration involving the distal and occlusal surfaces of a tooth.
3. Denoting the line angle formed by the distal and occlusal walls of a class V cavity.
Synonym(s): distoocclusal

dis·to·clu·sal

(dis'tō-klū'zăl)
1. Relating to or characterized by distoclusion.
2. Denoting a compound cavity or restoration involving the distal and occlusal surfaces of a tooth.
3. Denoting the line angle formed by the distal and occlusal walls of a class V cavity.

dis·to·clu·sal

, distoocclusal (dis'tō-klū'zăl, ŏ-klū'zăl)
1. Relating to or characterized by distoclusion.
2. Denoting compound cavity or restoration involving tooth's distal and occlusal surfaces.
3. Denoting line angle formed by distal and occlusal walls of a class V cavity.
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A crack line was detected at 46 distoocclusal area (Figure 4) with no periapical radiolucency (Figure 5), and a diagnosis of crack tooth syndrome was suspected.
Clinical examination revealed the presence of deep distoocclusal caries on right mandibular first molar.
In total, 244 (30.4 %) and 560 (69.6%) restorations were placed respectively in the maxillary and mandibular arches, out of which 439 (54.6%) were distoocclusal and 365 (45.4%) mesio-occlusal restorations.