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lingual

Anatomy of or relating to the tongue or a part or structure resembling a tongue
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The premolar is bordered by a complete cingulum lingually, labial cingulum is lightly formed.
Entoconids are supported lingually by prominent central ribs, and distally the entoconid enamel is extended posteriorly to form entostylids, which are lower in height than the mesostylids.
2016) but the latter has one row of accessory cusplets and a base trapezoid in outline, more extended lingually.
Two-dimensional imaging modalities (periapical radiographs, occlusal radiographs, and orthopantomographs) do provide sufficient information to the clinicians, but accurate position of buccally or lingually placed ST is difficult to determine due to the superimposition by the surrounding structures [4, 13, 37].
(2013) described the MC pathway in a cross-section view of mandible, reporting that MC crosses lingually to the third and second molars roots, adjacent to first molar roots and buccally from the premolars.
Then, they inserted four implants, with each fixture placed lingually to the root fragment, with or without contact with it [19].
The mandibular molars are usually lingually tilted while the mandibular molars are buccally tilted which may be the cause of increased thickness of the resulting crown.
However, NAP XV 15'00, a left mandible fragment preserves the condyle in excellent condition, showing that it was short and lingually very broad.
Next the 940 nm diode laser was used outside the pocket, by holding the contour handpiece at the gingival margin for a period of 20 seconds, both buccally and lingually, at a power setting of 1.4 W.
An additional dental trait connecting these genera is a lingually displaced anteromedian flexid, notably evident in Irenomys and Neotomys, on the procingulum of the m1; these structures are typically associated with a persistent anteromedian fossetid in Euneomys (Fig.
In the production process of the custom tray, the mandibular wax spacer, which is used to create space in selected areas of the tray, should cover the anterior labial areas and posterior lingual areas, when sufficient denture space exists extend buccally and lingually from the ridge crest.
The immigrants of Sindh were ethnically and lingually different but religiously alike.