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premolar

 [pre-mo´ler]
1. in front of the molar teeth.
2. premolar tooth; see tooth. Called also bicuspid.

pre·mo·lar

(prē-mō'lăr),
1. Anterior to a molar tooth.
2. A bicuspid tooth.

premolar

(prē-mō′lər)
n.
One of eight bicuspid teeth located in pairs on each side of the upper and lower jaws behind the canines and in front of the molars.

pre·mo′lar adj.

pre·mo·lar

(prē-mō'lăr)
1. Anterior to a molar tooth.
2. Denotes permanent teeth that replace the deciduous molars.
3. See: bicuspid

pre·mo·lar

(prē-mō'lăr)
1. Anterior to a molar tooth.
2. Denotes permanent teeth that replace the deciduous molars.
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Fracture Resistance and Stress Distribution in Endodontically Treated Maxillary Premolars Restored with Composite Resin.
The anatomy of the root canal system of three-rooted maxillary premolars analysed using high-resolution computed tomography.
Ulker, "Effects of different cusp coverage restorations on the fracture resistance of endodontically treated maxillary premolars," Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry, vol.
The "radiculous" maxillary premolar: recognition, diagnosis, and case report of surgical intervention.
Mandibular premolars: As with maxillary premolars, mandibular premolars with similar canal configuration types but involving different numbers of roots were classified under the same type in the Vertucci classification (Table 2 - yellow highlight) whereas they were presented separately in each of the mesial and distal roots in mandibular molar teeth (12) (Table 2 - blue highlight).
The anatomy of maxillary premolars with three root canals, mesiobuccal, distobuccal and palatal is similar to that of adjacent maxillary molars, and they are therefore sometimes called "small molars" or" radiculous." (3)
She also received another immediate implant for right maxillary premolar at the same time.
The maxillary premolar and molars were prepared as abutments to replace the missing maxillary left first molar and right second premolar.
Second maxillary premolar is among the most commonly endodontically treated teeth.