mesiocervical me·si·o·cer·vi·cal (mē’zē-ō-sûr’vĭ-kəl, -sē-)


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    mesiodens me·si·o·dens (mē’zē-ə-děnz’, -sē-) n. A supernumerary tooth located in the midline of the anterior maxillae between the maxillary central incisor teeth.

  • Mesioclusion

    mesioclusion me·si·o·clu·sion (mē’zē-ə-klōō’zhən, -sē-) or me·si·o-oc·clu·sion (mē’zē-ō-ə-klōō’zhən, -sē-) n. See mesial occlusion.

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    mesiodistal me·si·o·dis·tal (mē’zē-ō-dĭs’təl, -sē-) adj. Of or relating to the mesial and distal surfaces of a tooth, especially the plane or diameter joining them.

  • Mesiogingival

    mesiogingival me·si·o·gin·gi·val (mē’zē-ō-jĭn’jə-vəl, -jĭn-jī’-, -sē-) adj. Of or relating to the angle formed by the junction of the mesial surface with the gingival line of a tooth.

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