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maxillary lateral incisor
circular from incisal view, distal incisal edge more rounded, may exhibit lingual pit or groove, caries prone, root usually has no longitudinal depression, possibly a slight mesial depression, root commonly curves towards distal, 2nd most congenitally missing tooth, may exhibit a "peg", round from incisal view, NO distolingual twist, more convex labial contour
maxillary central incisors
triangular from incisal view, smallest root to crown ratio, longest crown of all teeth, distolingual twist, root is conical, most likely to exhibit shoveling, greatest mesial CEJ curvature, flatter labial contour
mandibular central incisors
most symmetrical tooth, mesial & distal contacts are equal, NO distolingual twist, cingulum is centered on mid root axis, apical root a little towards distal, CEJ curvature more pronounced on mesial, crown is narrower
mandibular lateral incisors
more rounded distal incisal edge, crown is wider mesiodistally, exhibits distolingual twist & tilt, distal contact is more cervical than mesial