molar tooth


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mo·lar tooth

[TA]
a tooth having a somewhat quadrangular crown with four or five cusps on the grinding surface; the root is bifid in the lower jaw, but there are three conic roots in the upper jaw; there are six molars in each jaw, three on either side behind the premolars in the permanent dentition; in the deciduous dentition there are but four molars in each jaw, two on either side behind the canines.

molar

Chemistry
adjective Referring to the number of moles of solute/L of solution.
 
Dentistry
noun Any of the posterior, multicusped teeth adapted to grinding.

mo·lar tooth

(mō'lăr tūth) [TA]
A tooth having a somewhat quadrangular crown with four or five cusps on the grinding surface; the root is bifid in the lower jaw, but there are three conic roots in the upper jaw; there are six molars in each jaw, three on either side behind the premolars in the permanent dentition; in the deciduous dentition there are but four molars in each jaw, two on either side behind the canines.
Synonym(s): dens molaris [TA] , molar (2) .

mo·lar tooth

(mō'lăr tūth) [TA]
Tooth with a somewhat quadrangular crown with four or five cusps on grinding surface; root is bifid in lower jaw, but there are three conic roots in the upper jaw; there are six molars in each jaw, three on either side behind premolars in permanent dentition; deciduous dentition has only four molars in each jaw, two on either side behind the canines.
Synonym(s): dens molaris [TA] , cheek tooth, molar (1) .

molar

1. massive; pertaining to a mass; not molecular.
2. adapted for grinding. See also molar teeth.
3. pertaining to an amount of substance specified in moles rather than mass units.
4. containing 1 mole of solute per liter of solution; symbol M.
note: molal refers to the mass of solvent, molar to the volume of the solution.

molar extinction coefficient
constant n the equation describing the Lambert-Beer law pertaining to light spectrophotometry. Usually given the symbol ε.
molar extractor
the universal heavy-duty plier-type instrument with jaws offset to the plane of the handles.
molar gland
inherited displacement of molar teeth
a deformity of the mandible with gross displacement of the teeth. Affected calves are not viable.
molar tooth
see molar teeth.
molar tooth cutter
long-handled, heavily constructed cutter, usually with a double-action scissor system of closing. The chisel-edged blades face each other and are brought together in parallel. They are operated from outside the mouth of the anesthetized horse and are sufficiently powerful to remove a protruding piece of tooth.
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In this present study such attempt was made to assess the age of females by third molar eruption and also the preference of the quadrant in which the third molar tooth erupts first was verified.
A third molar tooth is judi- ciously removed and a socket is prepared in the first molar area and molar is then placed and se- cured with 0.
A preliminary study of the eruption of the mandibular third molar tooth in man based on measurements obtained from radiographs, with special reference to the problem of predicting cases of ultimate impaction of the tooth.
1990], showed that timely extraction of a first molar tooth before a patient's growth spurt could result in spontaneous closure of the space, especially in the maxilla.