mesio-occlusal me·si·o-oc·clu·sal (mē’zē-ō-ə-klōō’zəl, -səl, -sē-)
Of or relating to the mesial and the occlusal surfaces of a tooth, especially the angle formed by the junction of these surfaces.


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