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first mo·lar

, first permanent molar
sixth permanent tooth or fourth deciduous tooth in the maxilla and mandible on either side of the midsagittal plane of the head following the arch form.

first mo·lar

, first permanent molar (fĭrst mō'lăr, pĕr'mă-nĕnt)
Sixth permanent tooth or fourth deciduous tooth in the maxilla and mandible on either side of the midsagittal plane of the head following the arch form.

first mo·lar

, first permanent molar (fĭrst mō'lăr, pĕr'mă-nĕnt)
Sixth permanent tooth or fourth deciduous tooth in the maxilla and mandible on either side of the midsagittal plane of the head following the arch form.
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This includes the large fourth premolar on the upper arcade and also the large first molar on the lower arcade.
Furthermore, the findings of the present study revealed that the block success rate of the first molar was higher in all groups in equal intervals compared with second premolar.
Number of Occurrences Percentage Tooth First molar (P) 58 62.
Yet recent investigations of wild chimpanzees have shown that the first molar eruption occurs toward the end of weaning.
Following loss of a primary first molar, where crowding is greater than half a unit (3.
Adobe Photoshop ME Version 7 was used to analyze the root resorption index (RRI), defined as the resorbed percentage of the buccal area of the middle palatal root of the first molar (Fig.
Also in 1990, Stangl and Dalquest (1990) published criteria to separate the yellow-nosed cotton rat from the hispid cotton rat (Sigmodon hispidus) on characters of the upper first molar.
While the mandible is not especially suited for effective infiltration, the use of articaine on the mandibular first molar worked well for this case, preventing the need for bilateral mandibular blocks.
A 44 year old male patient was referred from Private practice of Endodontics to the Department of Periodontology and Oral Medicine of Dental Clinic in Nis, for opinion regarding the persistent gingival swelling and pain in relation to lower right first molar.
Specific anatomical points were identified to determine the following: 1) occlusal plane angle change, 2) anteroposterior change of point A, 3) anteroposterior change of point B, 4) anteroposterior change of the genial tubercles, 5) anteroposterior change of upper incisor, 6) vertical change of upper incisor, 7) anteroposterior change of upper first molar, and 8) vertical change of upper first molar (Figure 1).
2) In class I occlusion, the mesiobuccal cusp of the maxillary first molar intercuspates with the buccal groove of the mandibular first molar (figure 2).