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Palato gingival grooves, also called palatoradicular grooves or radicular lingual grooves are developmental anomalies in which an infolding of the inner enamel epithelium and Hertwig's epithelial root sheath create a groove that passes from the cingulam and extend varying distances apically on to the root.
Palatogingival groove or Radicular Lingual Groove (RLG) is a developmental anomaly in which an infolding of the inner enamel epithelium and Hertwig's epithelial root sheath create a groove that passes from the cingulum of maxillary incisors apically onto the root.
It is a small polyglyphanodontian distinguished by tall, slender teeth with large central cusps separated from small accessory cusps by lingual grooves," Politico quoted the researchers, as writing in the journal.
It is a small polyglyphanodontian distinguished by tall, slender teeth with large central cusps separated from small accessory cusps by lingual grooves," the researchers write of Obamadon, which is known primarily from the jaw bones of two specimens.
The analy- sis of clinical and radiographic characteristics of the double teeth showed three morphological types, large crown with a large root and root canal with labio- lingual grooves, two fused crowns with deep labio- lingual grooves and two roots and a partially vertical separated large crown with single root and with labio- lingual grooves.