infradentale

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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.