The loss of deciduous teeth or exfoliation tends to
mirror the 
Eruption sequence of deciduous dentition
Generally the increase in rate of prevalence of caries
in tooth types is the
Reverse the order of eruption
The permanent teeth to develop before any of the
deciduous teeth are lost are the
Permanent first molars. Usually the first permanent
molars arise distal to the second molar of an intact deciduous dentition.
Compared with the cusp of the permanent maxillary
canine, deciduous maxillary canine are
Longer and sharper
Form the labial aspect the incisal edges of a permanent
mandibular lateral incisor are slanting with the shorter side being
As compared with deciduous mandibular canine, the
deciduous maxillary canine is larger
From the buccal aspect the deciduous first maxillary
molar is _________ than the mandibular second molar.
The premolar section of deciduous dentition is
Maxillary first molar
In the deciduous dentition the dimension at the cervical
third is _______ than the occlusal third at all molars.
The buccal convexity, a characteristic feature of the
deciduous posterior teeth is much pronounced at the
Cervical third


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