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out·line form

the shape of the area of the tooth surface included within the cavosurface margins of the cavity preparation of a dental restoration.

outline form

Etymology: AS, ut + lin, thread
the shape of the cavosurface of a prepared tooth cavity before the tooth surface or surfaces are restored.

out·line form

(owtlīn fōrm)
Shape of tooth surface area included within cavosurface margins of cavity preparation of a dental restoration.
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