paramolar

par·a·mo·lar

(par'ă-mō'lăr),
A supernumerary tooth lying among, lingual to, or buccal to the maxillary or mandibular molars.

par·a·mo·lar

(par'ă- mō'lăr)
Collective noun for any sort of supernumerary tooth lying in the midst of, lingual to, or buccal to the maxillary or mandibular molars.

paramolar

(păr″ă-mō′lăr)
A supernumerary tooth close to a molar.

par·a·mo·lar

(par'ă-mō'lăr)
Supernumerary tooth lying among, lingual to, or buccal to maxillary or mandibular molars.
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The extra tubercle occuring on the buccal surface of upper and lower premolar and molar teeth is called paramolar tubercle (PT) (Bolk, 1914; Dahlberg, 1950).
Los estudios de embriologia comparada demostraron que la cuspide de Carabelli surgio como una cuspide paramolar derivada del cingulo del protocono de los molares superiores constituida histologicamente por esmalte, como se evidencia en las especies de hominidos del Plio-Pleistoceno; y que posteriormente se separo del protocono para constituir una quinta cuspide con diversa frecuencia y variabilidad morfologica en las poblaciones humanas pasadas y presentes.
Ademas, se determino la angulacion del canino a la linea media, el nivel de erupcion con respecto a la raiz del incisivo cercano clasificandolo en estadio 1, 2, 3, 4 y 5 y la altura vertical con respecto a los incisivos centralesl Los dientes supernumerarios se clasificaron segun su ubicacion en mesiodens, paramolar, distomolar y parapremolar, y segun el numero de dientes presentes, en unicos, multiples, unilaterales y bilaterales (13,14).
Table 1 Classification Based On Form Classification Based On Position Conical Mesiodens Tuberculate Paramolar Supplemental Distomolar Odontome Parapremolar
The purpose of this article is to report a rare case of fusion of permanent mandibular second molar and a paramolar.
Paramolar, situado hacia vestibular entre el primero y segundo molar; y c.
When classified by po- sition a supernumerary tooth may be referred to as a mesiodens a paramolar or a distomolar.
A mesioden is a typical conical supernumerary tooth located between the maxillary central incisors; a paramolar is a su- pernumerary molar usually small and rudimentary situated buccally or palatally to one of the maxillary molars or most commonly occurs in the interproximal space buccal to the upper second and third molars; a distomolar is a fourth permanent molar which is usually placed either directly distal or distolingual to the third molar; and a parapremolar most commonly occurs in the interproximal space buccal or palatal to the upper first and second premolars.
The supernumerary teeth that occur between or just posterior to the central incisors are referred to as mesiodens; those in molar area are called paramolar teeth; and more specifically, those that erupt distally to the third molar are distomolar teeth.
Paramolar tubercle on second upper left premolar--a case report
2 El peridens o paramolar se encuentra erupcionado dentro de los dientes posteriores es un diente pequeno y conoide.
5% of studied sample and mesiodenes were the most commonly found supernumerary teeth followed by paramolars, which is in accordance with the previous studies conducted.