cuspid


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one of the four pointed conical teeth (two in each jaw) located between the incisors and the premolars

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Students will use the Color Key to color the teeth-incisors red, cuspids green, molars blue.
If measuring the overbite at the left cuspids was not possible, the measurement was carried out at the right cuspids.
one side is distinctly shorter than the other), the cuspid bent to the side; petals white, obovate, apically obtuse to acute, glabrous, unappendaged, 56-64 mm long, 5-7 mm wide at base, 12-16 mm wide at the middle, and 13-18 mm wide at its broadest towards the apex, shorter than the stamens and pistil but exceeding the calyx; stamens included, 65-68 mm long; filaments slender, 56-59 mm long, 1 mm wide; anthers linear, 9-10 mm long, 1 mm wide, basifixed; pistil exserted, 66-70 mm long; ovary ovate, 1/2 inferior (i.
DCA Twin configuration, Impervious to stains and discoloration, Mechanical retention, No lower cuspid brackets, Hooks on canines and upper premolars.
The cuspid catastrophe--presented in Figures 2 and 3--has been used elsewhere in Palancar (1996, 1999, 2002).
But the cuspid pre-Romantic and early nineteenth-century Romantic reputation of Venice is still significantly connected with its earlier role as an exemplum: an embodiment of a Utopian ideal of republican politics.
It has two bicuspid pontics suspended in between the cuspid and lateral, both of ceramco materials, are individual units.
We collected 32 cuspid teeth from these cats (Table 1), although only 1 tooth from each cat was tested for Bartonella DNA.
10 23 - ur -- border of the mandible, below the upper cuspid 7.
1) The retrocuspid papilla (RCP) is one such entity, a sessile nodule, roughly 2 to 4 mm in diameter, and located between the marginal gingiva and the mucogingival junction of the lingual aspect of the mandibular cuspid.
Premolars are divided into two types namely bi cuspid and tricuspid premolars.