extraoral

ex·tra·o·ral

(eks'tră-ō'răl),
Outside of the oral cavity; external to the oral cavity. In its usual use it also includes anything external to the lips and cheeks.
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

ex·tra·o·ral

(eks'tră-ō'răl)
Outside of the oral cavity; external to the oral cavity.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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The extraoral examination revealed hard uniform and large expansile mass in the left side of the mandible.
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RCR has certain definite advantages over conventional orthodontic treatment such as a significant reduction in treatment time from 6 to 9 months, elimination of intra- or extraoral anchorage during the procedure, which ensures nearly complete anchorage preservation.
A Comparative Study of Transbuccal and Extraoral Approaches in the Management of Mandibular Angle Fractures: A Systematic Review.
Extraoral examination revealed facial asymmetry with diffuse swelling on the left side of the face measuring around 4 cm x 5 cm in size; lesion was extending from the left commissure of the mouth till the ramus of the mandible.
(4) Surgical options include transpharyngeal resection, as originally favored by Eagle, versus an extraoral resection.
Clinical Decision Making and Treatment Plan After gathering all the clinical data from clinical extraoral and intraoral examination, articulated di- agnostic casts using an earbow and Gothic arch tracings, and radiographs; we have presented to the patient in writing the following treatment plan in the following letter: