distoclusal dis·to·clu·sal (dĭs'tō-klōō'zəl)
Relating to or characterized by distoclusion.
Of or relating to a compound cavity or restoration involving the distal and the occlusal surfaces of a tooth.
Relating to the line angle formed by the distal and the occlusal walls of a tooth cavity.
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