mesiolingual

mesiolingual

 [me″ze-o-ling´gwal]
pertaining to or formed by the mesial and lingual surfaces of a tooth, or the mesial and lingual walls of a tooth cavity preparation.

me·si·o·lin·gual

(mē'zē-ō-ling'gwăl),
Relating to the mesial and lingual surfaces of a tooth; denoting especially the angle formed by their junction.

me·si·o·lin·gual

(mē'zē-ō-ling'gwăl)
Relating to the mesial and lingual surfaces of a tooth; denoting especially the angle formed by their junction.

me·si·o·lin·gual

(mē'zē-ō-ling'gwăl)
Relating to mesial and lingual tooth surfaces; denoting especially angle formed by their junction.
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In the group II (PEEK), highest marginal gap was at mesiolingual point i.e.
El segundo molar mandibular frecuentemente tiene dos raices, una mesial y otra distal, habitualmente con dos conductos mesiales; mesiobucal (MB) y mesiolingual (ML) y un conducto distal similar a los primeros molares mandibulares, generalmente sus raices estan mas juntas, y en muchos casos fusionadas (1-3).
Root canal preparation was performed using R25 Reciproc Blue (VDW, Munich, Germany) to remove guttapercha from all canals and refined with Mtwo tip size 40, taper 0.04 (Sweden & Martina, Padova, Italy) in the distal root canal, whereas mesiobuccal and mesiolingual canals were prepared using Mtwo tip size 30 and taper 0.05.
An external groove was observed in 41 cases (39.1%)--37 on the mesiolingual side (90.2 %), three on the distolingual side (7.3%) and one on the lingual side (2.4%).
Meanwhile, PPD and CAL were measured on all six sites of the tooth namely mesiobuccal, midbuccal, distobuccal, mesiolingual, midlingual and distolingual.
(2018) (31) NC Max M: maxillary molars; Max M IV: Maxillary molars mesiobuccal canals Vertucci's type IV; Mand M IV: Mandibular molars mesial canals Vertucci's type IV; Mand M II: Mandibular molars mesial canals Vertucci's type II; MB: Mesiobuccal canal; DB: Distobuccal canal; ML: Mesiolingual canal; D: Distal canal; P: Palatal canal; NS: Not specified; NC: No intergroup/intragroup comparison; BR: BioRaCe; BTR: BT-Race; GT: Greater taper; PT: ProTaper; PTG: ProTaper Gold; PTN: ProTaper Next; PTU: ProTaper Universal; SAF: Self-Adjusting FIle; TF: Twisted file; TFA: Twisted File Adaptive Table 2.
Pocket depth and clinical attachment level (CAL) were measured for each tooth at 6 sites, namely, mesiobuccal, midbuccal, distobuccal, mesiolingual, midlingual, and distolingual.
The representative photo of the isthmus is shown in Figure 4, (d1) and (d2), and isthmus connecting the mesiolingual and the distal canals was observed in SEM images (Figure 5, (b1)).
In each subject, 6 sites were evaluated on each tooth present (distobuccal, midbuccal, mesiobuccal, distolingual, midlingual, and mesiolingual).
The data collection sessions began with a baseline plaque record performed by a calibrated examiner using the O'Leary Plaque Control Record Index, (25-27) to note the presence or absence of plaque on six surfaces of each tooth: mesiolingual, distolingual, mesiofacial and distofacial.