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canine

longest teeth in mouth

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Transitional form (and function) between incisors and premolars

Maxillary Canine

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Four Developmental Lobes (3F/1L)

canines

4

longest teeth

canines

5

crown to root ratio of canine

1;2

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tf canines have 

smaller crown than incisors

f

fCrown longer than incisors

7

Last tooth to be lost generally

max canine

8

Transitional form and function

mandib canine

9

Four Developmental Lobes

mandib canine

10

roots curve

distally(canine)

11

tf in canines distal crown contours are usually less rounded than the mesial

f

distal crown contours are usually more rounded than the mesial

12

tf canine distal contact areas appear more gingivally positioned

t

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tf max canine

Cusp tip in line with center of crown but mesial to center of the root

 

f

Cusp tip in line with center of root but mesial to center of the crown

14

max canine(facial)

concave b/n cervical line and contact area

 

15

tf max canine-->Mesial cusp ridge (slope) is shorter than the distal

t

16

longer and Central sl. wider M-D

than incisors

max canine

17

slightly convex vs. very convex

Mesial vs distal

max canine

18

concavity on

distal max canine

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tf--> max canine-->Prominent facial ridge (middle lobe) sl. distal to center

f

Prominent facial ridge (middle lobe) sl. mesial to center

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longest root of any tooth 

max canine

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distal outline straighter than mesial outline

max canine

22

max canine

apical third--slight distal inclination

23

max canine

smooth convex facial surface

24

Lingual  of max canine

sinculum and 2 marginal ridge

25

tf ML fossa larger than the DL fossa  in max canine

F

ML fossa (smaller) and DL fossa (larger)

26

tf max canine has a Lingual ridge extending from cingulum to cusp tip;

t

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TF Lingual aspects of max canine crown and root narrower than facial mesiodistally

T

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CEJ line may be flattened or straight instead of uniformly convex in cingulum area

max canine

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max canine

mesial marginal ridge

distal marginal ridge

30

max canine

incisal ridge 

lingual ridge

singula

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wedge shape

mesial from maxillary canine side

32

max canine mesial aspect

slightly rounded to flat

--> labial outline from HOC 2 incisal

33

max canine

(Lingual)

convex at cingulum

34

CEJ curves evenly towards incisal

mesial aspect of max canine

35

tf max canine Cusp tip sl. lingual to center of crown

Cusp tip sl. facial to center of crown

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tf there is no depression on max canine mesial aspect

T

37

faciolingually in cervical 2/3

max canine on mesial side

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tf max canine CEJ line less curved mesial than distally

f

CEJ line less curved distally  than mesial

39

Marked depression in middle third of crown

max canine distal side

40

tf max canine incisal form is symtrical

Outline form of max canine is not symmetrical
mesial half is flat and broad faciolingually; distal half is highly convex and narrow

41

mesial and facial-->

cusp tip of max canine

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tf mesiodistally > facialingually of max canine

facialingually > mesiodistally

43

tf developmental depressions between 2 lobes on max canine

F

between 3 lobes

44

Mesial outline smoothly convex; distal outline exhibits distinct prominence

max canine(incisal view)

45

max canine display Proximal contacts, cusp slopes, and cusp tip on------ line

Proximal contacts, cusp slopes, and cusp tip on straight line

46

Cingulum is prominent and centered ------

Cingulum is prominent and centered mesiodistally

47

tf max canine has a Facial ridge is prominent;distal to center of crown

Facial ridge is prominent; mesial to center of crown

48

max canine have

distinct fossa and marginal ridge

49

Longest root of all teeth

max canine

50

max canine root

Generally wider faciolingually than mesiodistally

51

tf max canine has a single pulp canal

T

52

max canine 

has a root;Apical third may incline mesially

and have Possible bifurcation

has a root;Apical third may incline distally

and have Possible bifurcation

53

max canine

shallow developmental depressions proximally

54

tf

Only distal root depressions prominent on Max canine

Mesial and distal root depressions prominent

55

max canine;

 

Root canal is wide faciolingually and narrow mesiodistally

56

Last tooth to be lost generally

mand canine

57

2nd largest tooth in mouth

mand canine

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tf mandib canineis wider than max canine

F

mandib canine is narrower

59

round to straight;

distal crown ; mesial crown of mand canine

60

correct the following

Mesial cusp ridge (slope)longer  and less horizontal than distal slope(mand canine)

Mesial cusp ridge (slope) shorter and more horizontal than distal slope

61

crowns of mand canine

tilted distally with respect to long axis of tooth

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mandib canine; Cusp tip in line with

center of root 

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mandib canine --> Prominent facial ridge

with two adjacent developmental depressions

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tf mandib canine have a round root apex

f

sharp inclining distally

65

mandib canine 

Lingual surface rough and

irregular

Lingual surface smooth and

regular

(mandib canine)

66

tf

mandib canine-->more prominent Cingulum, marginal ridges, lingual ridge, and fossaethan max canine

F

less prominent

67

tf Crown and root of mandib canine taper to the lingual

T

68

tf mandib canine have Mesial and distal root developmental depressions 

t

 

69

mesial and distal fossa separated by

lingual ridge in mandib canine

70

tf mandib canine have 4 ridges on lingual

 

 

 

f 5

Incisal Ridge (Cusp tip with M and D marginal ridges)

Mesial marginal ridge

Distal marginal ridge

Cingulum

Lingual ridge

71

tf mandib canine have more labial (facial) curvature than maxillary canine

f

mandib canine have Less labial (facial) curvature than maxillary canine

72

tf mandib canine have a more pronounced lingual profile

less pronounced

73

narrow faciolingually than max canine

mesial max canine

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mand canine (mesial aspect)-->Cusp tip slightly ---- to bisecting line

mand canine (mesial aspect)-->Cusp tip slightly lingual to bisecting line

75

tf mand canine contain no

mesial root depression

76

tf on mesial aspect of mandib canine no distal marginal ridge is visible

Some of distal marginal ridge visible

77

distal apsect of mandib canine

CEJ line less pronounced than mesial 

78

tf

distal surface of mandib canine longer mesial incisocervically

f

shorter

79

distal aspect of mandib canine

rooth depression frm CEJ and ends premature to apex

Root depression from CEJ almost to apex

F

80

incisal view of mandib canine

symmetrical and smooth outline form

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tf Crown is wider mesiodistally than  faciolingually

(of mandibular canine)

rown is wider faciolingually than mesiodistally

F

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tf Cusp tip of mandib canine slightly distal and lingual to center of crown

and Cingulum slightly offset toward mesial

Cusp tip slightly mesial and lingual to center of crown

  Cingulum slightly offset toward distal

 

F

83

tf lingual surface is more visible on incisal of mandib canine

F

facial surfac

84

irregular ovoid outline form which taper toward lingual

cervical cross section of mandib canine

85

tf Facial portion of mandib canine much wider than lingual portion

t

86

tf

Root canal broad faciolingually and narrow mesiodistally in 

madib canine

T

87

flat but can have developmental depressions

mandib canine(cross section)