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lying within the mouth

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oriented toward the inside of the cheek

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Hence, according to this study, it is possible to extract maxillary third molar if only 2 mL of 2% lido-caine hydrochloride with 1 : 200,000 epinephrine is injected buccally.
To deflect food from interproximally to buccally or lingually
(5) Between maxillary canine & premolar buccally (Fig.9)
The cingulum surrounds the tooth anteriorly, buccally and posteriorly but it is prominent posteriorly where it forms a talon ridge enclosing a shallow valley.
Simulated lesions were created in the furcation region of the second molars in up to four possible sites (buccally and lingually, and in the right and left sides) of each mandible, for a total of 60 possible sites.
Nifedipine is an alternative drug administered via a 10 mg oral tablet (not a slow-release tablet); it should not be given sublingually, chewed, bitten or used buccally.
On extra-oral examination he had an obvious soft tissue swelling emanating from his parotid, and extending buccally towards the mental foramen.
The maxillary incisor 12 was in a palatal position with 13 buccally placed.
Similarly, increased THC relative bioavailability was observed in a phase I open-label study, in which 10 mg oral THC had 93.9% relative bioavailability of 10 mg CBD + THC administered buccally, and 87.2% of 10 mg CBD + THC administered sublingually (10).
arctos is partly due to a well-developed posterior basin on M2, compared to the buccally reduced posterior basin or "heel" on M2 in U.
TORONTO -- A formulation of insulin that is sprayed in the mouth and absorbed buccally appears to control glucose as well as injected insulin when used before a meal, Dr.
The children were randomly assigned (concealed allocation) to receive oxycodone buccally (0.1 mg/kg) or placebo.
Periodontal status was determined by examining six surfaces of all teeth (midbuccally, midlingually, and approximally both buccally and lingually) for the presence or absence of gingival bleeding on probing, sub-gingival calculus, and pocket depth as assessed by a ball point probe graded in 2 mm (probe force ~ 20 g; LM Instruments Oy, Parainen, Finland).