Buccal

pertaining to the mouth.
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buccal

[adj] - of or relating to or toward the cheek 2. [adj] - lying within the mouth 3. [adj] - toward the inside of the cheek
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Buccal

or pertaining to the cheek.
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Buccal

Buc'cal adjective [ Latin bucca cheek: confer French buccal .] (Anat.) Of or pertaining to the mouth or cheeks.
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buccal

<anatomy> Pertaining to or directed toward the cheek. ... <dentistry> In dental anatomy, used to refer to the buccal surface of a tooth. ... Origin: L. Buccalis, from bucca = cheek ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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buccal

adjective of or relating to or toward the cheek
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buccal

(bukĀ“әl) pertaining to or directed toward the cheek.
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Buccal

• (a.) Of or pertaining to the mouth or cheeks.
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buccal

(L. buccalis, from bucca cheek) pertaining to or directed toward the cheek. In dental anatomy, used to refer to the buccal surface of a tooth.
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buccal

Type: Term Pronunciation: bŭk′ăl Definitions: 1. Pertaining to, adjacent to, or in the direction of the cheek.
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buccal

An anatomical term (from the Latin bucca for cheek) that means relating to the mouth or cheek. The buccal cavity (oral cavity) extends from the vermilion (red) border of the lips to the junction of the hard and soft palates in the roof of the mouth, and to the circumvallate papillae on the tongue. T...
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Buccal

The tooth surface which is next to your cheeks. Usually only posterior teeth touch your cheeks, so people usually use the term "buccal" only when talking about your back teeth.
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buccal

adjective, Latin bucca = cheek.
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Buccal

Pertaining to the cheeks or the cavity of the mouth.
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BUCCAL

or pertaining to the cheek.
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buccal

Pertaining to or toward the cheek (as in the buccal surface of a posterior tooth).
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Buccal

The cheek side of the back teeth in both arches or jaws.
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buccal

Relating to structures associated with the mouth.
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Buccal

Pertaining to the cheeks or the cavity of the mouth.
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buccal

of, like or pertaining to the mouth or cheek
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