faciolingual

faciolingual

 [fa″she-o-ling´gwal]
pertaining to the face and tongue.
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fa·ci·o·lin·gual

(fā'shē-ō-ling'gwăl),
Relating to the face and the tongue, often denoting a paralysis affecting these parts.
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fa·ci·o·lin·gual

(fā'shē-ō-ling'gwăl)
Relating to the face and the tongue, often denoting a paralysis affecting these parts.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

fa·ci·o·lin·gual

(fā'shē-ō-ling'gwăl)
Relating to face and tongue, often denoting a paralysis affecting these parts.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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The coronal orifices of the root canals were widened in the faciolingual direction to a 3-mm width and 3-mm depth to prevent rotation and standardize the coronal openings and the thickness of the remaining coronal structure.
Augmentation of faciolingual gingival dimensions with free connective tissue grafts before labial orthodontic tooth movement: An experimental study with a canine model.
Sameshima, "Mesiodistal angulation and faciolingual inclination of each whole tooth in 3-dimensional space in patients with near-normal occlusion," American Journal ofOrthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics, vol.
One of these anomalies is the tooth shape deviation (TSD) in which there is increased mesiodistal and reduced faciolingual width.
Mesiodistal angulation and faciolingual inclination of each whole tooth in 3dimensional space in patients with near-normal occlusion.
[19.] Chawla HS, Kapur A (2009) Orthodontic management of faciolingual horizontally impacted maxillary central incisor.
It does not require as much faciolingual thickness to create an emergence profile and easier to clean.
The preparations were V of the intercuspal width and 2.0 mm deep pulpally, and the proximal boxes were prepared at a width of V the total faciolingual dimensions, with an axial wall that was 2.0-mm wide and 1.5-mm deep (Figure 2).
Studies in periodontometry have shown that the faciolingual movement ranges from 56 to 108 [micro] and intrusion is 28[micro].
Repeatability (r), standard error (es) of r, sample size (N), phenotypic variance ([V.sub.P]) and special environmental variance ([V.sub.Es]) of the faciolingual diameter by tooth of the maxilla (VLMx) and mandible (VLMn).