buccal cavity

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Noun1.buccal cavity - the cavity between the jaws and the cheeks
mouth, oral cavity, oral fissure, rima oris - the opening through which food is taken in and vocalizations emerge; "he stuffed his mouth with candy"
bodily cavity, cavum, cavity - (anatomy) a natural hollow or sinus within the body
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In the human body, the buccal cavity is commonly known as what?
If you know that what your buccal cavity would emit is something against Allah's injunction, then your silence at that moment is more profitable than incurring Allah's wrath.
The oral structure of third stage larvae consisted of a dorsoventrally elongate oral opening with broad, relatively flat pseudolabia emanating from the cuticular lining of the buccal cavity (stoma) (Fig.
The buccal cavity is a reflector that contemplates the alterations in the disease.
Examination of buccal cavity revealed halitosis with accumulation of feed material between the right cheek and cheek teeth with drooling of saliva from right oral commissure.
According to a study conducted by Wahid et al12 in the northern areas of Pakistan, buccal cavity is the site most commonly involved, followed by the lip, tongue and gums.
We collect the eggs from the tilapia's mouth and incubate them in an environment that simulates the buccal cavity, Rosario said.
Of these few are mixed with lime and kept in the GBS or applied as a paste over the gums or chewed, whichever might the way of consumption it is most often placed in the anatomical confines of the buccal cavity hence local changes are more evident there.
MXP3 obliquely placed on buccal cavity, ischium and merus indistinguishably fused, palp of three articles, joined end to end; carpus larger than propodus and dactylus combined, propodus extending distally, small dactylus distally inserted on ventral margin of propodus.
Other studies have reported that exposure of the alveolar bone to the buccal cavity even without surgical procedures causes bone resorption.617-19 Considering this it would be expected that the paramarginal flap would provide better results at least for bone level because this flap preserves a strip of mucosa on the buccal surface of the second molars.