first molar

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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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Eight days earlier, the patient had presented to a dental clinic for routine extraction of the upper right first permanent molar, which had become necessary because of pulpitis secondary to caries.
Premature loss of a second primary molar, prior to eruption of the first permanent molar, results in significant mesial movement of the first permanent molar.
The early signs of children's acid erosion may include transparency in the front teeth, eroding the pointy edges of the teeth and weakening of the first permanent molar.
For example, the first permanent molar, which erupts at around 6 years in modern humans and at about 3 1/2 years in apes, erupted between 4 and 4 1/2 years in H.
The percentage of children who had at least one first permanent molar with MIH was 19.
Dental caries status and dental treatment required of hypomineralised and non-hypomineralised first permanent molar in a group of Iraqi children (n=100) Hypomineralised Non-hypomineralised first molar * first molar ** N (%) N (%) Dental caries status *** Sound 26 (20.
Hypodontia with failing endodontic treatment in the adjacent first permanent molar Patient 3 a 14 year old girl presented with concerns regarding the lower left quadrant where the lower first permanent molar (FDI 36) had persistent apical infection following root-canal therapy after a carious pulpal exposure (Figure 3a).
Case 2: An intra-coronal radiolucency in the partially erupted lower right first permanent molar was noted on baseline bitewing radiographs of a six-year-old girl (Figure 2a).
Mineralisation of this tooth approximates that of the permanent incisors and first permanent molar with these teeth beginning calcification during the third gestational trimester and completion by the end of the third year of childhood [Weerheijm et al.
The patient presented with failure of eruption of her mandibular right first permanent molar, 46.
Clinical evidence of caries (cavitation, discolourisation or other carious defects) or an existing restoration in a first permanent molar indicated exclusion from the study.
In the molar group the most commonly affected tooth was the mandibular right first permanent molar (85.