infradentale

in·fra·den·ta·le

(in'fră-den-tā'lē),
In craniometrics, the apex of the septum between the mandibular central incisors.

infradentale

/in·fra·den·ta·le/ (in″frah-den-ta´le) a cephalometric landmark, being the highest anterior point on the gingiva between the mandibular medial (central) incisors.

infradentale

[in′frədentā′lē]
a bone measurement landmark, being the highest anterior point on the gingiva between the mandibular central incisors.

in·fra·den·ta·le

(in'fră-den-tā'lē)
In craniometrics, apex of septum between mandibular central incisors.

infradentale (in´frədental´ē),

n the most anterior point of the alveolar process of the mandible.
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The measurements were: a) the distance between point A and subnasale b) the distance between prosthion and labrale superious c) the short- est distance between the upper incisor and the attachment points of the upper and lower lip d) the distance between infradentale and the vermilion border of the lower lip e) the distance between point B and the deepest point of the labiomental crease f) gnathion and soft tissue menton.
1 7 lower lip margin undefined in referenced text * 13-li labrale inferius undefined in referenced text * ll labrale inferius undefined in referenced text * ld infradentale apex of the alveolus in the midline between the mandibular central incisors 13 lower lip undefined in referenced text * lr12 midlower-lip point on the maximum margin labial curvature of the most anteriorly placed lower central incisor or12 lateral lower-lip maximum labial curvature margin of the crown of the mandibular canine 12 subcanine lower lip, lined up superiorly/inferiorly with lateral edge of nose 7.