- Relating to the point of junction of the labial border and the gingival line on the distal or mesial surface of an incisor tooth.
* * *la·bio·gin·gi·val -'jin-jə-vəl adj of or relating to the lips and gums
* * *la·bio·gin·gi·val (la″be-o-jinґjĭ-vəl) pertaining to or formed by the labial and gingival walls of a tooth cavity. Called also labiocervical.
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