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SECOND BICUSPIDS
ROOTS
MOLAR TEETH
ANTERIOR TEETH
CENTRALS
BACK TEETH
FIRST
BITING
MOUTH
CHEWING
POSTERIOR TEETH
OCCLUSAL SURFACE
EMBRYOGENESIS
CUSPS
BICUSPID
TEETH
INCISORS
CANINES
PREMOLARS
CUSPID
CUSPIDS
MOLAR
MOLARS
BICUSPIDS
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Definitions

  1. Behind the bicuspids are the molars, where the most vigorous chewing occurs.

Second Bicuspids

  1. These teeth also have two cuspals (or points) First Molar The teeth just behind the second bicuspids. (Web site)

Roots

  1. Pre-molar teeth (bicuspids) have one or two roots. (Web site)
  2. Bicuspids The premolars Bitewing X-rays Similar to periapical X-rays except that only the crowns and part of the roots are seen for 2 or 3 adjacent teeth.

Molar Teeth

  1. The premolar teeth or bicuspids are transitional teeth located between the canine and molar teeth.

Anterior Teeth

  1. The strut or support is adhesively secured in the notches on the lingual surface of the anterior teeth or in the central fossae of the bicuspids and molars. (Web site)

Centrals

  1. This gives the centrals, cuspids, and bicuspids the subtle distal root inclination that is paramount for the scaffold of a beautiful smile.

Back Teeth

  1. The next side teeth are referred to as pre-molars or bicuspids, and the back teeth are molars.
  2. Implants are used to replace the bicuspids and molars (the back teeth).

First

  1. These teeth have two cuspals (or points) Second Bicuspid The teeth just behind the first bicuspids. (Web site)
  2. In this notation, the centrals are designated as 1's, the laterals as 2's, the cuspids as 3's, the first bicuspids as 4's, the seond bicuspid's as 5's, etc. (Web site)

Biting

  1. Occlusal: Biting or grinding surfaces of molars and bicuspids.

Mouth

  1. BICUSPIDS The first and second bicuspids, those are the fourth and fifth teeth from the center of the mouth to the back of the mouth. (Web site)
  2. Premolars The first and second bicuspids, those are the fourth and fifth teeth from the centre of the mouth to the back of the mouth.

Chewing

  1. The chewing or tearing points of the cuspids, bicuspids, and molars. (Web site)

Posterior Teeth

  1. Posterior Teeth - The back teeth in your mouth, posterior teeth include bicuspids and molars. (Web site)
  2. POSTERIOR TEETH - the back teeth (Bicuspids and molars). (Web site)

Occlusal Surface

  1. The occlusal surface is the broad chewing surface found on posterior teeth (bicuspids and molars). (Web site)

Embryogenesis

  1. Lower premolars (bicuspids) have a mesial invagination (groove) of the root sheath, formed during embryogenesis.

Cusps

  1. Pre-molar teeth (bicuspids) have two cusps. (Web site)

Bicuspid

  1. Bicuspid: The first and second bicuspids, those are the fourth and fifth teeth from the center of the mouth to the back of the mouth. (Web site)

Teeth

  1. Bicuspids: Teeth located in the back of the mouth (fourth and fifth from front and center) that assist in chewing.
  2. Other teeth, such as the cuspids and the bicuspids can become impacted and can cause the same types of problems described with impacted wisdom teeth.
  3. One-third of all the teeth were multirooted teeth, therefore, probably molars or upper first bicuspids. (Web site)

Incisors

  1. One of the pointed, conical teeth located between the incisors and the first bicuspids. (Web site)

Canines

  1. Behind the canines are the bicuspids, or premolars, flat teeth with pronounced cusps that grind and mash food.
  2. Framing the Teeth The challenge was to make his existing canines look like lateral incisors and his first bicuspids to look like canines. (Web site)

Premolars

  1. Bicuspids - (premolars) teeth between the canine teeth and molars. (Web site)
  2. Premolars: these teeth have two pointed cusps on their biting surface and are sometimes referred to as bicuspids. (Web site)
  3. The other teeth with pits and grooves -- called "premolars" or "bicuspids" -- right in front of the molars, also may need to be sealed.

Cuspid

  1. Cuspid: The large pointed teeth at the corners of the mouth, located between the incisors and bicuspids. (Web site)
  2. Each quadrant of 8 teeth consists of 2 incisors, 1 cuspid, 2 bicuspids and 3 molars. (Web site)

Cuspids

  1. Bicuspids - Also known as pre-molars, these teeth are behind the cuspids and in front of the molars.
  2. In the model 40, the anterior teeth 42 include the incisors and cuspids, and the posterior teeth 44 include the bicuspids and first and second molars. (Web site)
  3. Cuspal The chewing or tearing points of the cuspids, bicuspids, and molars. (Web site)

Molar

  1. Molar: Teeth posterior to the premolars (bicuspids) on either side of the jaw; grinding teeth, having large crowns and broad chewing surfaces.
  2. Molar - A posterior tooth used for grinding; behind the premolars (bicuspids) on either side of the jaw, having a large crown and a broad chewing surface. (Web site)
  3. Molar -- type of tooth located in the back of the mouth behind the bicuspids.

Molars

  1. The permanent teeth generally number 32 in all: 4 incisors, 2 canines, 4 bicuspids, and 4 (or 6, if wisdom teeth develop) molars in each jaw.
  2. Humans have molars for grinding food, incisors for cutting, and canines and bicuspids for tearing. (Web site)
  3. Posterior - Refers to teeth and tissues toward the back of the mouth, (premolars, bicuspids and molars). (Web site)

Bicuspids

  1. Label the permanent teeth, including the incisors, canines (cuspids), premolars (bicuspids), and molars. (Web site)
  2. Cuspids The large pointed teeth at the corners of the mouth, located between the incisors and bicuspids; also known as "canine" or "eye teeth". (Web site)
  3. Cuspids - The large pointed teeth at the corners of the mouth, located between the incisors and bicuspids.

Categories

  1. Molars
  2. Cuspids
  3. Premolars
  4. Animals > Vertebrates > Mammals > Canines
  5. Posterior Teeth
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