Mesiolinguopulpal



mesiolinguopulpal me·si·o·lin·guo·pul·pal (mē’zē-ō-lĭng’gwō-pŭl’pəl, -sē-)
adj.
Of or relating to the mesial, lingual, and pulpal surfaces in a tooth cavity preparation.

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