premolar tooth


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pre·mo·lar tooth

[TA]
a tooth usually having two tubercles or cusps on the grinding surface and a flattened root, single in the lower jaw and upper second premolar, and furrowed in the upper first premolar. There are four premolars in each jaw, two on either side between the canine and the molars; there are no premolars in the deciduous dentition.

pre·mo·lar tooth

(prē-mō'lăr tūth) [TA]
A tooth usually having two tubercles or cusps on the grinding surface and a flattened root, single in the lower jaw and upper second premolar, and furrowed in the upper first premolar. There are four premolars in each jaw, two on either side between the canine and the molars; there are no premolars in the deciduous dentition.
Synonym(s): dens premolaris [TA] , bicuspid tooth.

pre·mo·lar tooth

(prē-mō'lăr tūth) [TA]
Tooth usually with two tubercles or cusps on grinding surface and a flattened root, single in lower jaw and upper second premolar, and furrowed in upper first premolar. There are four premolars in each jaw, two on either side between the canine and the molars; there are no premolars in deciduous dentition.
Synonym(s): dens premolaris [TA] , bicuspid tooth, dens bicuspidus.
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2, 4) and divided into dorsal and ventral limbs at level of 3rd premolar tooth. However, middle nasal meatus was divided into dorsal and ventral limbs at level of first molar in sheep (Ganga Naik et al., 2004), and goat (Singh et al., 1992).
Yesilyurt et al (2008) [5] in their study have quoted that the most common positions for the MF were (i) below the second premolar tooth (Type 4) in Chinese, Kenyan Africans, Nigerians and Mongoloid populations; (ii) posterior to the second premolar (Type5) in Caucasians and Zimbabweans, between the premolars (Type 3) in Negroid, British, Central Anatolian and North American white populations.
(20) But, in the present case report, on contralateral maxillary first premolar tooth's periapical radiograph was not observed with three root.
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A 25 years old male patient was referred to the same institution for the treatment of his maxillary right premolar tooth. Patient's medical history was non-contributory.
The MF were mainly oval (43.7 % right, 46.0 % left) and situated below the second premolar tooth (48.7 % right, 51.26 % left).
BICUSPID A Premolar tooth B Double-bodied C Convex on both sides who am I?