mesiobucco-occlusal

mesiobucco-occlusal

 [me″ze-o-buk″o-ŏ-kloo´zal]
pertaining to or formed by the mesial, buccal, and occlusal surfaces of a tooth.
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me·si·o·buc·co-oc·clu·sal

(mē'zē-ō-bŭk'ō-ŏ-klū'săl),
Relating to the angle formed by the junction of the mesial, buccal, and occlusal surfaces of a bicuspid or molar tooth.
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mesiobucco-occlusal

(mē″zē-ō-bŭk″ō-ŏ-kloo′zăl) [ mesiobucc(al) + occlusal]
In dentistry, pert. to the angle formed by the mesial, buccal, and pulpal surfaces of a tooth or a cavity preparation.
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