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prefix and suffix, dental terminilogy
The root/combining word for cheek.
Suffix means pain or ache.
Prefix means toward or increase.
High Volume Evacuation
Prefix means before (in time or place).
The root or combining word for lower jaw.
Suffix means tissue death, decay.
The combining form for straight or for proper order.
Suffix means graph or picture (especially in radiology).
bi- and di-
Prefixes ditermine the number to be two.
Combining form means apex the root.
A pattern used in prosthodontic dentistry.
The combining form meaning lip.
Prefix means less than, below, or under.
Suffix designates a specialist in a given study.