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Definition of Buccally
1. buccal [adv] - See also: buccal
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Literary usage of Buccally
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1. Practical orthodontia by Martin Dewey (1919)
"248, the canines will be expanded and the premolar or molar section will be carried buccally. The expansion of the molars can be increased by bending the ..."
2. Elementary and Dental Radiography by Howard Riley Raper (1918)
"MÍ. the orthodontist at times is the bodily movement of the bicuspids buccally. Very often in the past at- Fig. 145. This picture shows that the temporary ..."
3. Dental Anatomy by Martin Dewey (1916)
"From the mesial fossa a groove known as the mesio-buccal groove passes mesio- buccally over the mesial margin of the tooth. ..."
4. A Manual of Dental Prosthetics by George Henry Wilson (1920)
"60 tinfoil, letting the tin extend beyond the teeth, buccally and lingually, and cutting the tin so that it can be put on without crumpling. ..."
5. Surgery and diseases of the mouth and jaws: A Practical Treatise on the by Vilray Papin Blair (1917)
"All the teeth of one half cf the upper jaw can be anesthetized by four injections—two buccally, and two on the palatine side of the bone. ..."
6. American Journal of Dental Science by American Society of Dental Surgeons (1900)
"lingually, with the crest of the arch near the contact point; and this form facilitates the cleansing of the space by a de- flection'of the food buccally ..."