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0 6 y.o.

primary teeth

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12 y.o.+

permanent teeth

 

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6-12 y.o. 

mixed dentition

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A-J

 

R-L(upper teeth)

primary teeth

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K-T

L-R(lower teeth)

primary teeth

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FDI

permanent

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FDI

primary teeth

 

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8 in each quadrant

permanent dentition 

FDI

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5 in each quadrant 

FDI

 

primary dentition

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palmer 

1-->8 

permanent notation

with symbol of direction

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palmer notation primary teeth

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primary dentition

2 incisor 1 canine 

2 molars

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1, Inferior alveolar artery; 2, dental arteriole; 3, pulpal branches;

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4, periodontal ligament arteriole; 5 and 6, interalveolar arterioles.

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 hard and soft palate

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The anteroposterior curved line that connects the cusp tips of the posterior teeth

curve of spee

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The mediolateral curved line that connects the buccal and lingual cusp tips on each side of the arch (frontal view

curve of wilson

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never flat 

Allows maximum use of occlusal contacts

occlusal plane

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 crest or ridge that extends from the apex of a cusp of a premolar or molar tooth toward the central part of the occlusal surface

triangular ridge

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cingulum

a U- or W-shaped ridge at the base of the lingual surface of the crown of the upper incisors and cuspidteeth, 

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a pointed end where two curves meet, in particular.

cusp

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tubercle

. A small elevation of variable size on the crown of a tooth representing a thickened area of enamel or an accessory cusp.

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ridge of teeth

 

any linear elevation on the surface of a tooth and is named according to its location 

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marginal ridge

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transverse ridge

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 triangular ridge

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oblique ridge

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fossa

A rounded or angular depression in the occlusal surface of a posterior tooth bordered by the cusp ridges and the occlusal table.

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sulcus tooth

The gingival sulcus is an area of potential space between a tooth and the surrounding gingival tissue and is lined by sulcular epithelium.

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he slight depression dividing the lobes on an anterior tooth, and running parallel with the long axis.

developmental grove

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supplemental groove

 minor, auxiliary groove that branches off from a much more prominent developmental groove.

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divisions of tooth come together to form tooth

lobe

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mesial, buccal (labial on canine), distal, and

cusp ridges

triangular cusp (post teeth)

lingual ridge(canine) 

all form gothic pyramid

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post teeth line angle

occlusolingual line angle

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mesial buccal and distal buccal line angle

post teeth

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incisocervicl dimension

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mesiodistal and buccal lingual line angle

post teeth

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4 types of occlusal line angle on post teeth

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labioincisal line angle on

ant teeth

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mesio occlucal and lingual occlusal line angle

post teeth

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point angle on post teeth

mesiolingual occlusal

distal lingual occlusal3

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post teeth

mesialbuccal occlusal point angle

distal buccal occlusal point angle

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ant teeth 

mesiolingual incisal and distal lingual incisal point angle

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mesial lingual incisal point angle

and\distal lingual incisal point angle of ant teeth

 

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 perikymata (Greek plural of perikyma)

are the pits around the long prisms of tooth enamel. They indicate the places where enamel-producing cells used to make contact with neighboring cells and are the result of normal enamel apposition.

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interdental pappilla

An extension of the gingiva that normally fills the triangular space (i.e. gingival embrasure) between two adjacent teeth in contact just below (cervical to) the proximal contact area

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diastema

A space between two adjacent teeth (not contacting) in the same dental arch

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incisal occlusal embrasure

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buccal embrasure

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lingual embrasure

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ging or cervical embrasure embrasure

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