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larger in 1
pulp cavities
wider MD
anterior prim crowns
shorter inciscocervically
anterior prim crowns
which roots taper more rapidly
roots of prim anter
larger in 1
pulp cavities
wider MD
anterior prim crowns
shorter inciscocervically
anterior prim crowns
which roots taper more rapidly
roots of prim anter
larger in 1
pulp cavities
wider MD
anterior prim crowns
shorter inciscocervically
anterior prim crowns
which roots taper more rapidly
roots of prim anter
2-5mm greater
sum of primary molars in one quadrant is greater than the permanent teeth
crowns are shorte
prim molars
bulbous
pronounced buccal / lingual cervical ridges
prim molars
constricted cervical area
prim molars
occlusal table that is narrower FL
prim molars
cusps are short
ridges not as pronounced
fossa not as deep
prim molars
prominent mesial cervical ridge
prim molars
roots are longer
roots are more slender
prim molars
roots narrow M-D
prim molar
roots broad BL
prim molars
roost are divergent
prim molars
little/no trunk
prim molars
enamelm on occlusal surface of prim is uniform thickness
1mm
perm molar enamel thickness
2.5mm
facial view
what teeth resemble pentagon
prim canine
all canines have how many lobes
4 lobes
cups tip located on MF lobe
prim canine
pulp cavities when viewed from MD section appear pointed at incisal tip
prim canine
prominent transverse ridge
prim mand M1
transverse ridge unites
MBC and MLC
transverse ridge separates
mesial from remainder of occlusal surface
doesnt resemble any other tooth
prim mand M1
largest longest cusp of prim mand M1
MBC
wider MD than high
prim mand m1
mesial marginal ridge well developed
prim mand m1
prominent MB cervical ridge
prim mand m1
difficult to do class 2 prep
prim mand m1
no central fossa
prim mand m1
first deciduous tooth to erupt
mand central
erupts 8 months
mand cent
fully formed and calcified 18 months
mand central
first perm tooth to begin calcifying
mand M1
first succedaneous to erupt
mand central
perm max central
7-8
perm max lateral
8-9
incisal edge straigher
incisal edge has NO mamelons
prim central
prominent on all prim
central & laterals
labial
lingual
cervical ridges
during extraction the part of remaining prim root that is longest and most securly attached to gingiva
facial part
prim teeth begin calcify
4-6 months in utero
average takes for completion of calcification
10 months
prim teeth begin to form in utero
6 wks
hard tissue formation occurs in all prim teeth by
18th week
perm teeth dev at approx
4 months in utero
max/mand M1 calcify
at birth
first to begin calcification
max/mand M1
last teeth to begin calcifying
mand m3

8-10yrs
all primary teeth
4 perm M1>
6 yr old child
erupt @ 6-7
mand centrals
erupt 7-8
max centrals
18 prim
6 perm
7 yr old
most atypical prim molar
prim max M1
smallest molar
prim max m1
crown of this tooth is bicuspid
prim max m1
wide MB
narrow ML
prim max m1
always longest in prim max m1
MBC
sharpest cusp in prim max m1
MLC
cervical line is higher mesially than distally
prim max M1
root closely resemble per
MAX M1
PRIM MAX M1
primate space
50% of kids
appear in decid
primate space
space bte
max lat
max canine
primate space
generalized spacing of primary teeth required for
proper alignment of perm incisosr
primate spacing caused by
growth of dental arches
perm mand m1 morph like
prim mand m2
prim molar has
mb
db
distal cusp
equal in size
distal cusp of perm molar
smaller
prim mand m2 narrow m-d cervical portion
perm mand m1 is
wider at cervical portion
more divergent roots
prim teeth
more prominent facial crest of contour
prim teeth
prim teeth with most noticeable morph deviation from perm teeth>
first molars
greatest F-L diameter
prim M2
longer sharper cusp than perm max c
prim max c
mesial cusp is longer
prim max c
cusp is longer/sharper
prim max c
wide / short
prim max c
prim max m2 resembles
perm max m1
prim m2 larger than
prim m1
prim m2 resemble
perm m1
F-L of crown is greater
prim max m2
prominent MB cervical ridge
prim max m2
oblique ridge
prim max m2
MB cusp almost equal in size to
ML cusp of prim max m2
largest/longest pulp horn in prim max m2
m
crowns of prim anteriors
wider m-d
crowns of prim anteriors
shorter
crown of prim molars
shorter
crowns of prim molars
narrow m-d at cervical 1/3
roots of prim molars
longer
slender
enamel ends abruptly at cervical line
prim
enamel becomes thinner at cervical line
perm
buccal / lingual surfaces of molars are flatter
prim molars
prim mand m1 occlusal anatomy like
unlike any other tooth
prim M1 /M2 calcify
5-6 months in utero
prim m1 /m2 roots completed
3 yrs old
prim mand m1 occlusal shape
oval=

wider md
mb angle is acute
prim mand m1
mb angle of prim mand m1 is ACUTE bc
mesial cervical ridge
DB angle is obtuse
prim mand m1
shape of occlusal table of
prim mand m1
rhomboid
occlusal table=
chewing surface

inside cusp ridge and
inside marginal tables