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Questions
  1. The
    deciduous maxillary second molar resembles
  2. In mesial
    aspect the bifurcation of buccal roots deciduous maxillary second molar lies
    below the
  3. The occlusal
    table of the deciduous maxillary second molar is best described as
  4. Most often
    the deciduous maxillary second molar has ______cusp, _____ developmental
    groove.
  5. Both the
    marginal ridges are well developed in
  6. The
    characteristic developmental depression of deciduous mandibular first molar is
    found on the
  7. The largest
    cusp in the deciduous mandibular first molar is
  8. The occlusal
    table of the deciduous mandibular second molar is best described as
  9. The
    deciduous mandibular second molar has
  10. The outline
    following the labial and buccal surfaces of maxillary deciduous teeth is a
    segment of
  11. The upward
    and downward movement of tempromandibular joint in lower animals is due to
  12. The anatomic
    alignment of the teeth and their relationship to the rest of masticatory system
    is the
  13. Tangential
    loading of masticatory stress results in
  14. The
    receptors in periodontium mediate tangential chewing force via
  15. The receptor
    threshold for axially directed masticatory forces appears to be_________ as
    compared to the tangentially directed forces.
  16. The general
    age of child when the teeth of primary dentition emerge through the alveolar
    gingiva is
  17. A partial
    absence of bone in the form of a cleft over the root of a tooth is
  18. A partial
    absence of bone in the form of a window over the root of a tooth is
  19. Generally
    the root form of any tooth is associated with
  20. The
    measurement from cusp tip to cusp tip in posterior teeth buccolingually is much
    less than the

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