lingual cusp

lin·gual cusp

(linggwăl kŭsp)
Elevation of the crown of a tooth located toward the tongue. May be single, as on a premolar, or multiple, as on a molar. If multiple, designated as to mesial or distal sides (e.g., mesiolingual or distolingual).
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Radiographic working length was determined by using the John Ingle technique in which root length was calculated from preoperative periapical radiographs than according to the size of the root length on the preoperative radiograph, a file was inserted into root canal within 2mm of the radiographic apex and diagnostic radiograph was taken with a file in the canal, which has a rubber stop properly adjusted to tip of the buccal or lingual cusp as a coronal reference point.
The lingual cusp height of corresponding teeth on the left and right cheek tooth rows differed significantly in the skulls with different rostral orientation.
Two cusps type premolar has one large and functional buccal cusp where as lingual cusp is very small and usually blunt.
Maxillary lingual cusp and the lower fossa act as a mortar and pestle in chewing.
The premolar consists of two labial cusps and one lingual cusp that are somewhat equal in suture.
palatal cusp of maxillary teeth and buccal cusp of mandibular teeth) and sometimes palatal incline of maxillary buccal cusp & buccal incline of lingual cusp. Examination of the study cast for the evaluation of lingual cuspal relationship may provide additional benefits.
Talon weak, talonid strong formed of extra lingual cusp. The male canines are robust upward curving teeth with open roots, while in the female, it is a two rooted downward pointing tooth, like as in L.
Other traits were added to the beta version (cusp 5 UM1; multiple lingual cusps LP2; UP1 root number), bringing the total number of traits to 21.
(18) The researchers created class V lesions in 40 extracted teeth, restored them with resin composites, and then subjected the teeth to 150 Newtons of occlusal pressure on the buccal cusps, lingual cusps and central fossae.
Only the lingual cusps of the maxillary posterior teeth are in contact with the central fossa during centric occlusion.
The lower first molar has three buccal and two lingual cusps on its rectangular occlusal surface, the smallest being distobuccal.
The labial cusps are higher than the inner lingual cusps. The protocone is slightly extended forward than the hypocone, so anterior side of the tooth is wider than the posterior one.