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1

At what is calcification of the primary teeth completed

3-4 years

2

Usually pattern for eruption for primary teeth

  • Centrals
  • Laterals
  • 1st molars
  • canines
  • 2nd molars
  • Front to back except canines
  • Lowers before uppers except laterals

3

Where is the primate space in the

Max

Mand

  • Max: btw lateral and canine
  • Mand: btw canine and first molar

4

How do primary molars differ from permanent molar regarding roots

Primary roots are more divergent and lack a root trunk

5

Which tooth in primary dentition is the smallest crown faciolingually

Primary mandibular central incisor

6

On a primary canine which slope is longer

Cusp is 

Mesio-incisal slope is longer

Cusp is offset distally

7

Which primary tooth has a ceown that represents a permanent tooth

and roots

The primary 1st molars crown ressembles a permanent pre-molar

Max 1st molar has roots like a permanent max molar 

8

Which primary tooth has a prominent facial and lingual cervical ridge 

primary cent incisor

9

WHich tooth has a prominent MF cervical ridge

Primary maxillary 1st molar

10

What features can be found on a max 2nd molar

  • oblique ridge
  • tranverse ridge
  • DL groove
  • Cusp of carabelli
  • Also has more cusps than than primary 1st molar

11

Which primary tooth has the most distinctly facial cervical ridge

Primary mandibular 1st molar

12

Mandibular primary 1st molar features

Distal triangular fossa

Tranverse ridge

13

Which primary tooth does not look like a permanent tooth

Primary mand 1st molar