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Synonyms for molar

grinding tooth with a broad crown


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pertaining to large units of behavior

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Pulpectomy procedures in primary molar teeth. Eur J Gen Dent.
This case report adds information about misaligned impaction of the molar teeth to the oral findings of RS in the literature.
Thirty-two years old male patient admitted to the emergency department with a swelling in the neck and pain in bilateral mandibular third molar teeth which were packed with amalgam dental fillings before.
Rosette formation of impacted molar teeth in mucopolysaccharidoses and related disorders.
Bilateral maxillary molar teeth were extracted from rats in the 4W-ML, 1W-ML, and ML groups after being anesthetized with chloral hydrate (350 mg/kg, i.p.).
Bayat-Movahed, "Randomized controlled trial of mineral trioxide aggregate and formocresol for pulpotomy in primary molar teeth," International Endodontic Journal, vol.
Dawson had to widen the jaw's tooth sockets to remove two molar teeth, which in great apes have telltale curved roots, the researchers say.
Molly doesn't have any molar teeth, but nonetheless she prefers dry food.
The reasons for extraction of non-third molar teeth, categorized by gender, age, inclusion or exclusion in the High Caries Risk (HCR) program, * and tooth location are presented in Tables 1, 2, 3, and 4, respectively.
However, everyone can benefit from sealants since they protect the molar teeth from decay.
In the presented case, a long-term asymptomatic course of resorption caused a loss of two molar teeth. This indicates that regular radiological diagnostic procedures are necessary for early detection of resorption lesions and for institution of appropriate treatment.
[14.] Syed KB, Zaheer KB, Ibrahim M, Bagi MA, Assiri MA (2013) Preva-lence of Impacted Molar Teeth among Saudi Population in Asir Region, Saudi Arabia - A Retrospective Study of 3 Years.