molar teeth


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molar teeth

the crushing teeth that occur at the back of the jaw of mammals. Each molar possesses a complicated pattern of cusps and ridges and several roots. The molars have no preceding milkteeth. In UNGULATE mammals, the molars continue to grow throughout life as the pulp cavity remains open.
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Root and canal morphology of mandibular first and second permanent molar teeth in a Ugandan population.
This study found no statistically significant difference in postoperative trismus when compared on the basis of total surgical time required for the transalveolar extraction of impacted mandibular third molar teeth.
The highest retentive force required to remove the clasps was for Co-Cr clasps, and the lowest for the polyamide resin clasps on molar teeth. The mean retentive force for the 36-months test period varied between 0.30[+ or -]0.04 and 0.73[+ or -]0.08.
Although it appears more frequently as an isolated anomaly, mainly in permanent molar teeth, its association with various syndromes and abnormalities has also been reported [1, 2].
A randomized study of sodium hypochlorite versus formocresol pulpotomy in primary molar teeth. Int J Paediatr Dent.
Clinical assumptions that periodontally involved furcation sites negatively affect the overall health and longevity of molar teeth, may unduly influence treatment decisions.
The patient displayed two molar teeth with occlusal surfaces showing partial contact in the posterior region of the right quadrant of the maxilla, as well as three molar teeth having partial contact of their crowns in the left quadrant of the maxilla.
After trismus has resolved, lytic lesions in right mandibular first and second molar teeth which were the probable causes of infection were seen (Figure 2b, 2c).
(7) advocated multiple rosetting of molar teeth in patients diagnosed with mucopolysaccharidoses and related disorders.
Jackson, "A randomized study of sodium hypochlorite versus formocresol pulpotomy in primary molar teeth," International Journal of Paediatric Dentistry, vol.