1. The postnatal period of development of deciduous dentition
    spans about
  2. The primary dentition remains intact till the child is
  3. The period of mixed dentition lasts from
  4. Mixed dentition begins with
  5. The teeth that replace exfoliated deciduous teeth are the
  6. The teeth that do not have predecessor teeth are
  7. Pulp chamber is the space occupied by
  8. Pulp cavity is made up of
  9. The bone of tooth socket is the
  10. The teeth that have their mesial surfaces in contact is the
  11. The teeth that has no distal contact area is the
  12. An elevation on the crown portion of a tooth on its occlusal
    surface is the
  13. An elevation on some portion of crown produced by abnormal
    enamel deposition is the
  14. The lingual lobe of anterior teeth are represented as
  15. A linear elevation on any surface of tooth is a
  16. The ridge that descends from cuspal tip towards the central
    part of the occlusal surface in maxillary molars are the
  17. The triangular ridge resembles a _________side of a triangle
  18. A union of two triangular ridge is called as the
  19. The union of triangular ridge of distobuccal cusp and distal
    ridge of mesiolingual cusp is the
  20. A irregular depression on any surface of the crown is a


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