Factoids 2

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Section 1

Question Answer
widest ANTERIOR tooth BL Maxially K9
longest tooth inciso apicallymandibular k9
longest rootmaxillary k9
has the third longest crown maxillary k9
largest crown of the maxillary teethmaxillary central
2nd largest crown mandibular canine
pulp horn of the max. k91
MD contact points of the maxillary caninejm
cusp length of max k9 mesial cusp that is is shorter than the distal cusp slope (t of all teeth except perm max. first pm and prim. max canine)
Root concavity for the max. k9distal
root concavity for the mandibular k9mesial
Where is the cusp tip for the mx k9looking interproximally the cusp tip is facIAL to the long axis of the tooth
where is the pulp canal the widest in the mx k9widest in the cervical third
longest crown man has 9 in which is the longest mn 9
second longest toothman k9
Ant. tooth most likely to have a bifurcated rootmn k9
where is the cusp tip for the mn k9the mn k9 has its incisal edge centered over or slightly lingual to the long axis
occlusal view the mandibular k9 appearsoval
rooth length of pm longer than incisors but shorter than canines
which tooth has a concavity in it crown dingival to the contact area mx 1sr pm
has a longer mesial cusp has a longer mesial cusp slope than distal cusp slopemx 1st pm
has a mmr grovemx 1st pm
has the shape of a kidney in cross - sectionmx 1 pm
bifurcates halfway down the root mx 1 pm
has the greatest demarcation btw the pulp chamber and the pulp canals mx. 1 pm
lingual canal is bigger than the facial mx 1 pm
short central groove with a lot ofsupllemental grooves mx 2nd pm
shape of 2nd pmrounder but still hexagonal
smallest pmmn 1st pm
narrowest and smallest rootMandibular 1st PM
prominent transverse ridge of all pre-molarts mn 1 pm
ml groove from the occlusal to the lingual1st md pm
where is the facial cusp relative to the long axis interproximally is centered
where is the lingual cusp tip of the mn 1 pmin line with lingual surface of the root
occlusal shape of the mn 1st pm diamond shape
root canal of 1st mn pmone root and and one canal 30% have a second canal
most common PM most like to be congenitally missing man second premolar
premolar most likely to have a central pitman second premolar
Premolar most likely to have 1 root and 1 canal man second premolar
how many pulp horns in man second premolar 3 cusp type has three pulp horns
shape from the occlusal view (man second premolar)square on y type ; 2 cusp type has a crescent shaped appearance from
what is the rule of singh this is for maxillary teeth. put the lingual side close to your chest. if the mesial side points left then it goes on the left side if the mesial side is on you right then its a right
wider lingually than faciallonly tooth that is wider lingual/faciall max first molar
widest tooth FLmax. 1 molar
2 triangular ridges on 1 cuspmax 1 molar
concavity on the distal surface of the crownmx 1molar
how many lobes in mx 1 molar5
name the four grooves on the mx first molar1. lingual groove
2. distal oblique groove and ends in the distal pit.
3. facial groove and a
4. transverse groove
functional cusps of the mx 1st molar cusp of carabelli is not one
what is the longest root in mx 1st molar palatal
widest root FL of the mx 1st molarmb root
what is the shortest root of the mx 1st molar db root
shape from the occlusal view of mx. first MOLARrhoboidal
max 1 st molar height of the dmr and mmrthe smae
order of cusp sizes of max 1st molar ML> MB> DL> DB
shape of oriface in max 1st molar triangula
which tooth has a lngual groove on the distal half of the lingual surfacemx. 2nd molar
short crown and long rootsmax thirds
big crown and short roots mn molars
widest tooth mesioDMan 1st molar
Erupts with 5 pulp horns mand 1st molar
what would you see from the facial aspect of the md first molarall 5 cusp
biggest cusp in the mn 1st molar MF (MESIAL SUPPORTING)
tallest cusp in the md 1st molar mesiolingual
smallest cusp in the md 1st molar distal cusp
occlusal view of md 2nd molar rectaugular, plus sign, mesial side is wider than distal

Section 2

Question Answer
8 properties of Primary teeth1. Thinner, whiter, less calcified, more uniform in depth 2. thinner dej so its easier to have pulp exposure 3 more prominent pulp horns. 4. bigger cervical bulges 5. have enamel rods which go from the dej occlusally - more narrow cervix - harrower root trunk 8. roots are flared and skinny
which two teeth have a longer mesial cusp slop than distal cusp slop eprimary maxillary canine and perm max. first premolar
shape from the facial of the primary anteriors diamond shaped
widest primary tooth FLprimary second molars
wIDEST PRIMARY TOOTH MD primary md second molar
the most unique deciduous teethprimary first molars
have 4 cusps and very prominent cervical bulgages primary first molar
cej curves up toward the distal mandibular first molar

Hall of fame

Question Answer
The widest mesio-distallymandibular first molar
The widest ANTERIOR mesio-distallymaxillary central
The only tooth with a pulp wider mesio-distally than facio-linguallymaxillary central
The widest facio-linguallymaxillary first molar
The widest ANTERIOR facio-linguallymaxillary canine
The only tooth that is narrower facially than linguallymaxillary first molar
The tallest tooth inciso-gingivally1maxillary canine 2 mandibular canine
The tallest crown inciso-gingivally1 mandibular canine 2 maxillary central 3 maxillary canine
The longest root inciso-gingivallymaxillary canine
The most symmetricalmandibular central
The most congenitally malformed or missing1 third molars 2 maxillary lateral
The pre-molar most likely to be congenitally missingmandibular second pre-molar
The best developed lingual anatomymaxillary lateral
The most likely to have dens-in-dentemaxillary lateral
The greatest constriction from pulp chamber to canalsmaxillary first pre-molar
The pre-molar most likely to have 1 root and 1 canalmandibular second
The anterior tooth most likely to have a bifurcated rootmandibular canine
The only tooth with 2 triangular ridges on 1 cuspmaxillary first molar
The only tooth with a mesio-lingual groovemandibular first pre-molar
The only tooth with a root that is inclined mesiallymandibular canine
The only teeth with crown concavitiesmaxillary first pre-molar (mesial) maxillary first molar (distal)
The only teeth with a longer mesial cusp slope than distalprimary maxillary canine and the permenant maxillary first pre-molar
The narrowest mesio-distallymandibular central
Which of the incisors are the last to eruptMaxillary Laterals
The longest cusp in the mouth is present in themaxillary canine
ML Groove extending betwen the MMR and the lingual cusp maybe found on aMandibular First Premolar
What is the usual color of the crowns of primary teethWhiter than the crowns of perm. teeth
On the maxillary first molar crown, the DL groove normallyoriginates and terminates in pits
What contains the largest hydroxyapatite crystalsEnamel
In a molar, root canals usually join the pulp chamberwithin the cervical third of the crown
Which of the following more likely have only one or no pulp hornsMandibular incisors