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Flashcards in Deciduous Deck (10):
1

Do primary incisors have mamelons?

No

2

Primary Max Central

Only incisor with greater MD width than IG crown length

3

Primary Max Canine

Quite wide MD, just less than IC height

4

Primary Max 1st Molar

Similar to premolars

Four cusps: ML > MB >> DB > DL

Only 2 prominent cusps: ML, MB

MB cusp mesial

3 roots

5

Primary Man 1st molar

Does not resemble any other tooth (primary or permanent)

4 cusps; MB and ML larger than DB and DL

Distinct MB Bulge

Narrow occlusal table

6

Primary Max 2nd molar

Isomorphy w permanent first molar

4 fully developed cusps

Can have cusp of carabelli

7

Primary Man 2nd Molars

Very similar to Man 1st molar

5 cusps

8

Succedaneous tooth

Permanent tooth that moves into a position previously occupied by a primary one

Incisors, canines, and premolars

9

When do all 20 crowns begin to calcify? What's the average for completion?

4-6 months in utero

10 months for completion

10

What about root calcification?

Normally completed by age 3-4