second molar

sec·ond mo·lar

seventh permanent or fifth deciduous tooth in the maxilla and mandible on either side of the midsagittal plane of the head following the arch form.

sec·ond mo·lar

(sek'ŏnd mō'lăr)
Seventh permanent or fifth deciduous tooth in the maxilla and mandible on either side of the midsagittal plane of the head following the arch form.

sec·ond mo·lar

(sek'ŏnd mō'lăr)
Seventh permanent or fifth deciduous tooth in maxilla and mandible on either side of midsagittal cranial plane following arch form.
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After a series of tests, doctors found an abnormal growth on the lower right side of his jaw, this was affecting the second molar.
The doctors discovered abnormal growth near the second molar through a series of tests.
A 60-year-old man with a 7-year history of cluster headaches was seen by an oral surgeon for evaluation of pain in the left upper second molar ipsilateral to the side affected by the headaches.
Place the front edge of the sensor into the mouth between the tongue and the teeth at a 45 degree downward angle (dive into the swimming pool) for comfort and then slowly slide the sensor back toward the molar area centering the second molar on the center of the bite tab.
Following loss of a primary second molar, in all but spaced arches, and,
The miniaturized device -- invented at the Cleveland Clinic and spun off into a separate, private company called Autonomic Technologies Inc -- is implanted in the upper gum above the second molar to treat cluster headaches and migraine headaches.
Olsen also likes to use the heavy body as a pre-op bite registration material for multiple unit cases, or in situations where he needs to prepare a second molar.
In this study, we present a 21 year-old man who was referred with high fever and neck swelling after the removal of an infected right lower second molar tooth, and diagnosed as DNM, and succesfully treated with cervical and unilateral videothoracoscopic approach.
Preoperative dental x-rays revealed extensive bone loss at the right upper second molar and erosion into the buccal and palatal bone with extension into the first molar.
the air-water second molar cross-virial coefficient from Harvey and Huang (2007),
9] have suggested a high relationship between calcification of mandibular canine and skeletal maturity indicators while in this study mandibular second molar in male as well as female.