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premolar

1. situated before a molar tooth
2. any one of eight bicuspid teeth in the human adult, two situated on each side of both jaws between the first molar and the canine

premolar

[prē′mō·lər]
(anatomy)
In each quadrant of the permanent human dentition, one of the two teeth between the canine and the first molar; a bicuspid.
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Demonstrates the first and second premolars (and often the first molar) and their apices.
The dorsal scroll had 1 (1)/2 turns whereas ventral scroll had one turns, the both scroll has sinus which extends from second premolar to second molar tooth.
The spindle cells of the tumour stalk was attached at the right palatal arch at the line between second premolar teeth, beautifully seen after excision (Figure 2).
The right second premolar had a minimal class II composite restoration, the left first premolar had a cast post and core, and the left second premolar and second molar were missing.
On the contrary, the second premolars, and especially the second permanent molars, are located in the alveolar process before 11 years of age, and after the extraction of the first permanent molars, besides the free space, they have their own growth potential.
The mesiodistal crown diameters of five tooth types, from central incisor through second premolar, were each significantly larger in the crowded arches, whereas in this research the maxillary lateral incisors, mandibular canine and the mandibular premolars did not show a significant difference in their mesiodistal widths.
Furthermore, the findings of the present study revealed that the block success rate of the first molar was higher in all groups in equal intervals compared with second premolar.
Referred materialPC-GCUF 10/34, left upper first and second premolars (P1-2); PC-GCUF 10/41, an isolated left upper second premolar (P2); PUPC 07/02, an isolated left upper second premolar (P2); PC-GCUF07/29, an isolated left upper first molar (M1); PC-GCUF 10/35, an isolated right upper second molar (M2); PC-GCUF 10/38, an isolated right upper second molar (M2); PC-GCUF 10/44, an isolated right lower third molar (m3).
Transmigration of mandibular second premolar in a patient with cleftlip and palate: case report.
In Case 2, the horizontally displaced maxillary second premolar was unlikely to erupt on its own.