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Largest and longest posterior cusp of the maxillary

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Largest and longest posterior cusp of the maxillary 1st molar is: ------------
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Which tooth is most likely forced into the maxillary sinus during extraction? ------------Which tooth has a distal concavity that can pose special problems in matrix placement?[Which tooth has the mesial concavity that can pose special problems in matrix placement?] Maxillary 1st PM------------Which tooth has a shorter DL groove: Maxillary 1st Molar or Maxillary 2nd molar? ------------Which cusp is the only one not a part of the molar cusp triangle of the maxillary 2nd molar? ------------If the DL cusp is not present on the maxillary 2nd molar, you will have what shape? ------------The roots of the maxillary 2nd molar tend to be ------------The cross sectional outline at the cervical for maxillary 2nd molar is what shape? ------------ The groove pattern for mandibular 1st molar is what shape? A: Y or W or Dryopethicus pattern ------------ The occlusal outline of a mandibular 1st molar is what shape? A: Pentagon ------------ The smallest cusp of the mandibular 1st molar A: Distal cusp [#5] ------------ The largest cusp of the mandibular 1st molarWhat is the rank from largest to smallest cusp on the mandibular 1st molar? A: Mesio-facial (MF)
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בד''סMB>ML>DL<DB>D ------------Which tooth has the LARGEST M-D crown dimension of ANY other tooth? ------------ The only POSTERIOR teeth that are wider MD than FL? [The closest in size FL vs. MD of any MAXILLARY POSTERIOR TOOTH] A: Mandibular Molars Maxillary 1st Molar ------------ Greatest M-D diameter of all molars A: Mandibular 1st Molar ------------ The largest FL crown dimension of ANY other MANDIBULAR tooth: The greatest FL crown dimension of ALL teeth: A: Mandibular 1st molar -Maxillary 1st molar has greatest FL diameter of all teeth (cusp of carabelli) ------------ The largest occlusal-cervical crown dimension of any mandibular molar? A: Mandibular 1st molar ------------ In relation to the ascending ramus, the facial surfaces of mandibular molars are located: A: medial to the border of the ascending ramus ------------ A key feature that differentiates a mandibular 1st molar and a 2nd molar is: How many for Mandibular 1st? How many for Mandibular 2nd? A: The number of developmental grooves -Mandibular 1st molar has 2 developmental grooves -Mandibular 2nd molar has 1 developmental groove ------------
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