Dental Anatomy

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Dental Anatomy
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  1. molars are the ______ teeth in dentition
    largest
  2. molars have no ______ _____ depressions
    buccal developmental
  3. what is the function of molars?
    grinding
  4. what are five examples of developmental disturbances?
    • mulberry molars
    • enamel pearls
    • accessory cusps
    • dilaceration of roots
    • root fusion
  5. the _____ permanent molars are the largest and strongest in this arch
    maxillary
  6. what is the eruption date for #3 and #14
    6-7 years
  7. what is the eruption date for #2 and #15
    12-13 years
  8. what is the eruption date for #1 and #16
    17-21 years
  9. what is the eruption date for #19 and #30
    6-7 years
  10. what is the eruption date for #18 and #31
    11-12 years
  11. what is the eruption date for #17 and #32
    17-21 years
  12. which molar has the cusp of carabelli?
    maxillary 1st molar
  13. which molar is the largest crown in permanent dentition?
    maxillary 1st molar
  14. which molars have an oblique ridge?
    maxillary 1st and 2nd
  15. which molars have 5 developmental lobes?
    maxillary 1st and mandibular 1st
  16. which molars have a rhomboid outline?
    maxiallary 1st, 2nd and 3rd
  17. which molar can have 3 or 4 cusps and what are their shapes?
    • maxillary 2nd molar
    • 4 cusps-rhomboid
    • 3 cusps-heart
  18. in the maxillary 2nd molar when it is heart shaped what is missing?
    only 3 cusps missing DL cusp
  19. how many developmental lobes does the maxillary 2nd molar have?
    4 developmental lobes
  20. what is the smallest and most variable molar?
    maxillary 3rd molar
  21. what shape is the maxillary 3rd molar?
    • heart shaped
    • Rhomboid
  22. how many developmental lobes does the maxillary 3rd molars have?
    4 developmental lobes
  23. which molar has 5 cusps?
    mandibular 1st
  24. the ______ _____ on the mandibular 1st molar is important in occlusion
    buccal groove
  25. the _______ ____ molar is the first permanent tooth to erupt in oral cavity
    mandibular 1st
  26. which molar has 4 cusps nearly equal in size?
    mandibular 2nd
  27. which molar has sharper lingual cusps
    mandibular 2nd molar
  28. which molar has a crenulated crown surface?
    mandibular 3rd molar
  29. which molar has ML cusp larger than DL and a mesial marginal ridge longer and more prominent than distal?
    maxillary 1st molar
  30. which molar has a MB cusp longer than and more rounded than DB also ML cusp longer than DL cusp
    maxillary 2nd
  31. which molar has a MB cusp longer than DB
    maxillary 3rd molar
  32. which molar has a distal outline more rounded than mesial and MB cusp is the largest while the Distal cusp is the smallest and has no transverse ridges?
    mandibular 1st molar
  33. which molar from the mesial view the crown tapers distal and the crown is wider B-L on mesial with 2 transverse ridges?
    mandibular 2nd molar
  34. which molar from the mesial view the crown tapers distally?
    mandibular 3rd molar
  35. which molar has a lingual root that is the largest and longest?
    maxillary 1st molar
  36. which molar has root concavities?
    maxillary 1st molars
  37. which molar has roots that are smaller and less divergent?
    maxillary and mandibular 2nd
  38. which molar often has fused roots?
    maxillary and mandibular 3rd molars
  39. which molar roots curve distally?
    maxillary 3rd molars
  40. which molar has fluting?
    mandibular 1st molar
  41. what is fluting?
    developmental depression on mesial surface of mesial root
  42. which molar has a developmental depression on mesial surface of mesial root, what is this called?
    • mandibular 1st molar
    • Fluting
  43. which molar has the largest mesial root?
    mandibular 1st molar
  44. which molar has shallow root concavities?
    mandibular 2nd molar
  45. what are the clinical considerations for the maxillary 1st molar?
    • occlusion
    • mesial drift if lost
    • DB plaque due to parotid salivary duct
    • sinus perforation during extration
  46. what are the clinical considerations for the maxillary 2nd molar?
    • DB plaque
    • instrumentation-hard
  47. what are the clinical considerations for the maxillary 3rd molars?
    • impaction
    • instrumentation-hard
    • surgical removal
  48. what are the clincial considerations for the mandibular 1st molars?
    • occlusion
    • caries in 6 yr olds
    • buccal pit
    • sealants
  49. what are the clincial considerations of the mandibular 2nd molars?
    rectangular crown outline
  50. what are the clinical considerations of the mandibular 3rd molars?
    • failure to erupt
    • partial eruption
    • extraction
  51. which molars can have mulberry molars?
    all of them
  52. what molars can have concrescence?
    • maxillary 1st molars
    • maxillary 2nd molars
  53. what molars can have root fusion?
    maxillary 2nd molars
  54. what molars can have enamel pearls?
    • maxillary 2nd molars
    • mandibular 2nd molars
  55. which molars can have peg molars?
    maxillary 3rd molars?
  56. which molars can have dentigerous cysts?
    • maxillary 3rd molars
    • mandibular 3rd molars
  57. which molars can have partial anodontia?
    • maxillary 3rd molars
    • mandibular 3rd molars
  58. which molars can have accessory roots?
    mandibular 3rd molars

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