shovel-shaped incisor

sho·vel-shaped in·ci·sor

(shŏv'ĕl-shāpt in-sī'zŏr)
A tooth in which the lingual, and occasionally the labial, marginal ridges are accentuated; more highly developed in people of Asian origin.

sho·vel-shaped in·ci·sor

(shŏv'ĕl-shāpt in-sī'zŏr)
Incisor in which lingual, and occasionally labial, marginal ridges are accentuated; more highly developed in people of Asian origin.
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Talon cusps may be associated with other dental anomalies, especially in the permanent dentition, such as peg-shaped lateral incisors, impacted mesiodens and canines, odontoma, macrodontia, dens invaginatus, supernumerary teeth, shovel-shaped incisors, bifid cingulum, additional tubercle on incisors, exaggerated Carabelli cusps, and microdontia of antimere teeth [Al-Omari et al.
For example, now available data on shovel-shaped incisors among several European populations demonstrates the fallacy of equating this trait with `Mongoloid populations', Jacobi also accepts Miller & Farriss' (1979) old inference that Catholic European churches segregated interments by gender.
And he lacked other features, such as shovel-shaped incisors, that are generally associated with Mongoloid people.