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Anatomy (Molars and mixed dentition)

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eruption years of mandibular first molars (#19 & 30) from the distal view of the mandibular first molars, the crown is ??? (shorter or longer) on the distal From the mesial view of the mandibular first molar, the ___________ cusp is longer and more pointed than the _____________ cusp. from the mesial view of the mandibular first molar, the crown is tilted ________? how many cusps are seen from the buccal view of the mandibular first molar? how many cusps can be seen from the lingual view of the mandibular first molars? how many developmental grooves can be seen from the buccal view of the mandibular first molars (#19 & 30) how many fossae are present on the occlusal view of the mandibular first molars?

6-7 years SHORTER on the distal sooo more of the tooth's occlusal surface is seen the MESIOLINGUAL cusp is longer and more pointed than the MESIOBUCCAL cusp. Lingually

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T or F? From the mesial view of the mandibular first molar, you cannot see the distal root T or F? The buccal cusps of the mandibular first molars are higher and more pointed than the lingual T or F? The buccal surface of a mandibular first molar is wider than the lingual T or F? The distal root of mandibular first molars is wider and longer than the mesial root T or F? the lingual surfaces of the mandibular first molars is smaller than the buccal T or F? Triangular ridges seen from the occlusal view of the mandibular first molars of the lingual cusps are longer than the triangular ridges of the buccal cusps the CEJ seen from the mesial view of the mandibular first molar is _________? The distal root of the mandibular first molars is ___________ than the mesial root

TRUE - because the mesial root is broader and longer than the distal root FALSE! The LINGUAL cusps are higher and more pointed than the BUCCAL cusps TRUE

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3 cusps (D, DB, MB)


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FALSE! The mesial root is wider and longer than the distal root. TRUE

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2 cusps (ML & DL) both almost equal in size 2 developmental buccal grooves (MB & DB) 3 Fossae (Large central one, smaller mesial triangular fossa, smallest distal triangular fossa/pit) 5 Functional Cusps (MB, ML, DL, DB, D) 2 ROOTS (MESIAL AND DISTAL) 2 Transverse ridges (even though the book says there are none......) 4 triangluar ridges

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TRUE

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Slightly curved

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How many functional cusps can be seen from the occlusal view of the mandibular first molars? how many roots do mandibular first molars have? how many transverse ridges are present on the occlusal view of the mandibular first molars? How many triangular ridges can be seen from the occlusal view of the mandibular first molars? List the 5 functional cusps from the occlusal view of the mandibular first molars from highest to lowest List the 5 functional cusps seen from the occlusal view of the mandibular first molars from largest to smallest

distal root is SMALLER than mesial root so you can see the wider mesial root behind the distal root from the distal view DISTAL

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the most common direction for the root to bend in mandibular first molars is to the __________? the occlusal view of the mandibular first molars resembles what shape? the root completion years of mandibular first molars (#19 & 30) The universal tooth numbers for the two mandibular first molars these are normally the first permenant teeth to erupt these are normally the largest teeth in the mandibular arch

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PENTAGON (5 FUNCTIONAL CUSPS ARE SEEN) 9-10 years

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ML > DL > MB > DB > D


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#19 & 30 mandibular first molars (#19 & 30) mandibular first molars (#19 & 30)

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MB > ML > DL > DB > D

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these are the only mandibular molars with 5 cusps or developmental lobes (3 buccal - MB, DB, D cusps and 2 lingual - ML, DL what separates the 2 cusps (ML & DL) of the lingual surface of the mandibular first molars? what two roots do mandibular first molars have? where are the contact areas of the mandibular first molars (#19 & 30) which fossa is the largest present on the occlusal surface of the mandibular first molars? which is the smallest fossa present on the occlusal surface of the mandibular first molars?

mandibular first molars (#19 & 30) the lingual developmental groove Mesial Root (wider and longer) Distal Root Both M & D = at the junction of occlusal and middle thirds Largest CENTRAL FOSSA Smallest DISTAL triangular fossa

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