Middle; median; in, or in the region of, the mesial plane; internal; -- opposed to lateral.
The surface of the tooth nearest the midline of the dental arch
Pertaining to the position of a tooth surface nearest the midline (junction between the central incisors) of the mouth.
Usually used to describe the surface of a tooth that is toward the front midline
being in or directed toward the midline or mesial plane of the body
adjective - medial, used in dental anatomy.
Towards the midline of the jaw.
The surface of the tooth toward the median or centerline of the mouth.
The surface of the tooth closest to the midline; opposite to the buccal surface.
The surface of a tooth that is the closest to the midline; opposite the buccal (cheek side) surface. -- to the top
Toward the medial line. That surface of a tooth towards the medial line.
Surface of the tooth toward the center of the mouth.
Referring to the tooth surfaces that face towards the midline of the mouth.
This refers to the side of the tooth, between teeth, that faces the front of the mouth.
dental terminology meaning towards the front part of the mouth.
Toward the median line. That surface of a tooth towards median line.
Toward the midline of the dental arch.
The side of the tooth towards the middle of the jaw.
Toward the front, anterior, or midline. The mesial surface of teeth is the side of the tooth closest to the midline. The five surfaces of teeth are mesial, distal, occlusal or incisal, labial or facial, and lingual or palatal.
Surface of the tooth towards the front of the mouth.
Refers to the side of tooth, between teeth, towards the front. See distal.
Forward of front. For example your cuspid is mesial to you bicuspid. The mesial surface of your bicuspid is the part of the bicuspid closest to you cuspid.
Toward or facing the midline, following the dental arch. Used to describe surfaces of teeth as well as direction.