The points on the occlusal surface that are contacted by opposing
teeth will prove to be well within the confines of
Root base of crown
The curve of Spee touches each cusp and incisal edges to confirm to a
segment of
The curve of Wilson or the lingual inclination in maxillary segment
Sphere. The same in mandible is concave
The occlusal surface of a maxillary molar makes an acute angulation
________ with the long axis of its roots.
The term haplodont refers to the
A cone shaped teeth
In the triconodent the largest cusp will usually be the
Centre cusp
Often the permanent mandibular second premolar has
Five lobes
The term anisognathus refers to
Unequal sized jaws. Isognathus means equal sized jaw, no jaw is
The most stable demarcation in a tooth is the
Cervical line. The alveolar bone crest is altered with disease
process and age while occlusal position is a function of placement,
development and opposing teeth.
The curvature on crown in the cervical third above the cervical line
labially, bucally or lingually is the
Cervicoenamel ridge


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