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lying within the mouth

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oriented toward the inside of the cheek

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Providers, both doctors and counselors, were initially concerned about side effects, and some doctors and clinic staff had initial concerns that the medicine would not work properly because the medications were given buccally rather than vaginally, but these concerns were allayed after a few successful procedures were performed.
For Group 1A (control composite group) the teeth were dried well and etched with 37% phosphoric acid applied buccally for a period of 30 seconds.
Heptacodon differs from other Paleogene anthracotheriids in having a fused mandibular symphysis without trace of suture (unfused in most anthracotheriids), P/2 postprotocristid more buccally positioned and a slight central swelling along molar cristid obliqua.
The Naber's probe or the Furcation probe is a blunt ended instrument that is used buccally and lingually on the periodontal structure to locate possible furcation involvement.
Commenting on the agreement Professor Tom Rademacher, Chairman of Midatech Group said, "We believe that MonoSol Rx's PharmFilm([R]) technology is a stable and effective vehicle for delivering a therapeutic dose of our peptide carrying nanoparticles buccally or sublingually for specific indications, thereby eliminating the need for injection or more invasive delivery.
Misoprostol was administered vaginally, orally, buccally or sublingually; most commonly, women received 800 mcg of misoprostol vaginally or 400 mcg orally.
The recommended method of medical abortion up to 9 weeks of pregnancy is 200 mg mifepristone orally followed 24-48 hours later by 800 [micro]g of misoprostol, administered either vaginally, buccally or sublingually.
Initially, the joint venture will focus on commercializing buccally delivered insulin with an appropriate partner.
The coronal extent of the fusion was sectioned with a diamond fissure bur and air turbine prior to raising a minimal localised mucoperiosteal flap, buccally and palatally, to fully expose the double tooth (Figure 4a).
For Group IA (composite group) the teeth were dried well and etched with 3796 phosphoric acid applied buccally for a period of 50 seconds.
Professor Tom Rademacher, Chairman of Midatech Group said, "We believe that MonoSol Rx's PharmFilm technology is a stable and effective vehicle for delivering a therapeutic dose of our peptide carrying nanoparticles buccally or sublingually for specific indications, thereby eliminating the need for injection or more invasive delivery.