anterior crossbite

anterior crossbite
crossbite in which one or more primary or permanent maxillary incisors are lingual to the mandibular incisors.

Anterior crossbite in a five-year-old child, caused by incisor interference and resultant anterior shift of the mandible on closure.

Medical dictionary. 2011.

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