mesiodistal

mesiodistal

 [me″ze-o-dis´tal]
pertaining to the mesial and distal surfaces of a tooth.

me·si·o·dis·tal

(mē'zē-ō-dis'tăl),
Denoting the plane or diameter of a tooth cutting its mesial and distal surfaces.

me·si·o·dis·tal

(mē'zē-ō-dis'tăl)
Pertaining to both the mesial and distal surfaces of a tooth, as a diameter measured from one surface to the other.

me·si·o·dis·tal

(mē'zē-ō-dis'tăl)
Denoting plane or diameter of a tooth cutting its mesial and distal surfaces.
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26.5mm.14 A study conducted in Brazil by Cabral et al concluded that mesiodistal crown widths of maxillary and mandibular canines and premolars has shown no significant difference in black and whites.15
Dimensional accuracy measurement of polyvinyl siloxane is done in 3 dimensions, such as mesiodistal width, abutment height and inter-abutment distance according to ISO no 4823:2015.
conducted a study to evaluate the mesiodistal root inclination of permanent incisors, canines, and first molar of Brazilian children with mixed dentition, using the horizontal reference line drawn on a panoramic radiograph.
In a study, significant difference in arch dimension was found between subjects with and subjects without crowding.5 A study reported that the maxillary and mandibular arch lengths, and the mesiodistal size of the primary canines were all factors that could lead to crowding in the incisor region.6 Another study also concluded that the larger the mesiodistal width of the mandibular incisors, the greater was the crowding.7
The teeth were radiographed in buccolingual and mesiodistal views to visualize the AIRC.
An oval canal was identified when the buccolingual diameter was twice as long as or longer than the mesiodistal diameter.
Treatment of such patients starts with orthodontic repositioning of teeth in the correct mesiodistal, buccolingual and apicocoronal positions to accommodate restorative management or opening or closure of spaces accordingly.
The occlusal slot with veitical direction is convenient for insertion and removal of archwire, The lingual slot with horizontal insertion direction is closer to the CR compared to the occlusal slot, and facilitates the control of the torque and the mesiodistal tipping.So, two types arch wires can be simultaneously inserted in the two slot.
In 1909, Pont established an index to predict the maxillary inter-premolar and inter-molar distances using the combined mesiodistal widths of maxillary incisors (5).
The use of repetitive, non-surgical therapy on a healthy but reduced periodontium significantly diminished the mesiodistal dimension of the exposed root, leading to fracture, he says, which in turn caused a pulp necrosis associated with a chronic apical and lateral lesion and a large buccal fenestration.
Existing cavities were expanded further in the mesiodistal and cervico-incisal directions, allowing Ribbond to settle (Figure 1).
Each tooth was radiographed in both mesiodistal and buccolingual directions to confirm the presence of one root canal, an intact apex, and no sign of internal/external resorption.