molar


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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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The surgical extraction of impacted third molar is one of the most commonly performed dentoalveolar procedure in oral and maxillofacial surgery5.
Hence the rationale of this study was to determine the better dosage regimen of dexamethasone to reduce postoperative trismus, in pursuit of improving patient's quality of life after surgical extraction of mandibular impacted third molar in our setting.
found three additional types in a microcomputed tomography study of the mesiobuccal root of the maxillary first molar (1-3) (2-3-2-3-2) (2-3-4-3-2).
Anatomy of the pulp chamber floor of the permanent maxillary first molar. J.
Cross tabulation between groups for gingival symptoms in first molar region.
Gurav, "Non-invasive endodontic management of fused mandibular second molar and a paramolar, using cone beam computed tomography as an adjunctive diagnostic aid: a case report," Journal of Conservative Dentistry, vol.
Objective: To evaluate the therapeutic effects of pulpotomy and pulpectomy on deciduous molars with deep caries.
The old cesarean scar was incised to reveal the extensions of the molar tissue.
It identified canal morphology of permanent mandibular first molar and its variants which can be applied to endodontic practice to improve the quality of care and reduce the failures.
The present study showed highest percentage of 5 cusps numbers on permanent mandibular first molar of three ethnic groups which leads to the conclusion that these groups may be of same origin.
In the present case, the extraction of mandibular third molars and mini-screw supported lower molar distalization was planned to provide Angle Class I molar relationship and solve crowding.
All teeth are essential, yet in function and influence: Some are of greater importance than others, the most important of all being maxillary first molar which is often called as: "Key to occlusion." [2] Angle in 1906 published his article where he proposed the virtues of this tooth.
Open circles (localities 3, 4, 8, 10, 11 & 12) for locations where the presence of animals with at least one third molar has been evidenced.