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193 Cards in this Set

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longest crown length
max central
length of max cent
10.5mm
longest/widest
max central
most prominent tooth
max central
outline wider M-D
max central
conical root with blunt apex
max central
narrowest incisal embrassure
max central
greatest axial inclination
max central
3 mamelons
4 dev gooves
max central
most variable crown shape
max m3
shortest perm
Max m3
tapers more from buccal to lingual
max m3
DLC is frequently absent
max m3
not bilaterally symmetrical like central
mand lateral
tilted distally on root
mand lateral
broader labiolingually
mand lateral
cingulum is off center to distal
mand lateral
mesial marginal ridge is longer than distal
mand lateral
mesial/distal contacts of mand lateral >
incisal 1/3
distal contact is cervical to mesial
mand lateral
concavities evident on mesial/distal surfaces of root
mand lateral
largest prominent too in mand arch
Man M1
largest mand tooth
M1
largest M-D dimension
Mand M1
trapedoid occlusal outline
mand m1
2 root
3 canals
mand m1
roots widely separated
mand m1
short root trunk
mand m1
MBC is largest
mand m1
higher and more pointed than in mand m1
lingual cusps
occlusal pattern of mand m1
2 transverse rigges
3 fossa with pits
mand m1
central groove is crooked in M-D course
mand m1
cornerstone in permanent dentition
mand m1
most
restored tooth
extracted
replaced
mand m1
largest primary tooth
mand M2
smallest perm tooth
mand central
smallest primary
mand lateral
mesio-lingual dev groove
Man PM1
longer on buccal
MAND PM1
More prominent buccal ridge than MAND PM2
MAND PM1
root is short
pointed apex
MAND PM1
broader facially than lingually
MAND PM1
slight concavity on M/D root surface
MAND PM1
buccal cusp occupies 2/3 of occlusal surface
MAND PM1
prominent triangular ridge
MAND PM1
small non fxn lingual cusp
MAND PM1
small non-fxn occlusal surface
MAND PM1
transverse ridge
MAND PM1
triangular ridge on buccal cusp

small buccal ridge on lingual cusp
>
transverse ridge
no central groove
MAND PM1
masticatory fxn of MAND PM1 like
mand canine
distal inclination of root trunk
mand m3
bulbous crown
mand m3
short roots
fused roots
mand m3
long root trunk
mand m3
MBC wider and longer
mand m3
irregular groove pattern
mand m3
irreg groove pattern
mand m3
oversized anomalies
mand m3
undersized anomalies
max m3
diff btw MAX M1 vs MAX PM
number of roots
MAX PM1
2 roots
MAX PM2
1 root
smaller than PM1
max pm2
more symmetrical
max pm2
less angular
max pm2
one root
max pm2
buccal /lingual cusps
equal
mesial inclination of lingual max pm2
like max pm1
longest of max pm2
distal buccal cusp ridge longest in max pm2
longest in max pm1
mesial buccal cusp ridge
no mesial dev depression
max pm2
less prominent buccal ridge
max pm2
prominent buccal ridge
max pm1
shorter central groove
max pm2
more supplemental grooves
max pm2
small 5th cusp attached to lingual of MLC
max m1
broader lingually
max m1
occlusal > rhonboidal
max molar
obtuse ML
obtuse DL
max molars
MB root has 2 canals
max m1
pulp horns higher than distal / palatal
max m1 MB
MBC longer/wider
max m1
ML largest / highest
max m1
oblique ridge
ML > DB
oblique meets
near center on level of marginal ridges
pronounced cervical concavity distally
max m1
cornerstone of arch
MAX m1
mand m1
long buccal groove with pit
?
most stable
self cleansing
max canine
prominent labial ridge
max canine
longest root
max canine
cusp tip on mesial facial of crown
max canine
mesial cusp ridge is short
max canine
cingulum
lingual ridge
M/D fossa
M/D marginal ridges
max canine
lingual-gingival groove
max canine
no other tooth has this
lingual-gingival groove
least often extracted
max canine
mand canine
most symmetrical molar
mand M2
occlusal outline is rectangular
mand m2
greatest faciolingual diameter
mand m2
roots are close together and straighter
mand m2
longer root trunk
mand m2
longer root trunk
mand m2
occlusal pattern is plus sign
mand m2
occlusal pattern is plus sign
mand m2
facial/lingual grooves form right angles with central groove
mand m2
facial/lingual grooves form right angles with central groove
mand m2
central groove is straight
mand m2
more secondary dev grooves
mand m2
central groove is straight
mand m2
2 transverse ridges
mand m2
more secondary dev grooves
mand m2
3 fossa with pits
mand m2
2 transverse ridges
mand m2
one buccal groove
one buccal pit
mand m2
3 fossa with pits
mand m2
lingual groove that extends from enamel onto cemental area of root
max lateral
one buccal groove
one buccal pit
mand m2
deep dev groove at side of cingulum
max lateral
lingual groove that extends from enamel onto cemental area of root
max lateral
looks like max cental
max lateral
deep dev groove at side of cingulum
max lateral
M-D is greater
max lateral
looks like max cental
max lateral
root apex is pointed
deviates distally
max lateral
lingual pit
max lateral
M-D is greater
max lateral
concave ligual surface
max lateral
root apex is pointed
deviates distally
max lateral
lingual pit
max lateral
concave ligual surface
max lateral
linguoincisal ridge is well developed
max lateral
rounded distoincisal corner angle
max lateral
radicular groove form cingulum onto root
max lateral
prone to decay
max lateral radicular groove
DL grooove complicate SC/RP
max lateral
last anterior tooth to begin calcificaton
max lateral
greater variation
max lateral
pronounced concavity on mesial surface
max PM1
mesial dev depression
max PM1
widest of all PM
max PM1
oblong crown outline
max pm1
outline is greater B-L than M-D
max pm1
prox view > axial inclination of root is

VERTICAL
max pm1
lingual cusp is shorter
max pm1
buccal cusp is sharp
buccal cusp is to the distal
max pm1
prounced concavity on mesial surface
max pm1
larger and more angular than pm 2
max pm1
MBCR is longer than DBCR
max pm1
buccal ridge more prominent
max pm1
longer central groove
max pm1
small DLC
max m2
DLC can be absent
max m2
3 cusp tooth
max m2
smaller in width on lingual side
max m2
viewed occlusally> MD line angle=
max m2 most acute
buccal broader than lingual
max m2...no cusp of carabelli
MLC largest
DLC smallest
max m2
primary cusp trinagel
max m2
ML
MB
DB >
primary cusp triangle
smaller oblique ridge
max m2
max m2 transverse groove of oblique ridge connects
central pits
distal pits
buccal groove is shorter
no pit
max m2
three types of occlusal surfaces
mand pm2
mand pm2
H
U
Y
dev from 5 lobes
has 3 cusps
mand pm2
buccal is shorte and wider than mand pm1
mand pm2
occlusal square outline
mand pm2
ML is always larger
mand pm2
lingual cusps are functional
mand pm2
distal view can see outline of all 3 cusps
mand pm2
central dev groove is U
mand pm2
dev groove ends in
mesial fossa
distal fossa
mand pm2
larger occlusal surface
mand pm2
wider on lingual
mand pm2
single central pit sometimes
mand pm2
no mediolingual groove
no transverse ridge
mand pm2
anterior tooth with bifurcated roots
mand canine
longest crown of all teeth
mand canine
labieal ridge is not as prominent
mand c
faciolingual measurement is greater
mand c
dev depression on mesial root surface
mand c
x-sec root is flattened in M/D
mand c
cusp tip displaced lingually
mand c
mesial cusp is shorter
mand c
mesial surface almost parallel to long axis of tooth
mand c
cingulum is less bulky
mand c
more slender/smooth
mand c
lingual cup tip is located toward the mesial half of lingual surface
max pm1
cusp inclines very steep
max pm1
mesial surface has cervical concavity
max pm1