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molar

1
1. any of the 12 broad-faced grinding teeth in man
2. a corresponding tooth in other mammals

molar

2
1. (of a physical quantity) per unit amount of substance
2. (not recommended in technical usage) (of a solution) containing one mole of solute per litre of solution

molar

[′mō·lər]
(anatomy)
A tooth adapted for grinding.
Any of the three pairs of cheek teeth behind the premolars on each side of the jaws in humans.
(physical chemistry)
Denoting a physical quantity divided by the amount of substance expressed in moles.
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As can be seen, the distal root of the second molar and the root of the second premolar are closest to mandibular canal.
ellermanni have 1 molar per quadrant except 2 individuals which retain an additional small upper second molar.
Additionally, this study did not find significant differences in bone loss between mesial and distal root surfaces or between the first and second molars of the teeth studied.
Uprighting partially impacted permanent second molars.
Evaluating the potential key factors in assessing the morphology of mesiobuccal canal in maxillary first and second molars.
The prevalence of a C-shaped canal in mandibular second molars has been estimated to range from 2.
In a study by Lo and Moyers,14 the most favorable sequence of eruption to obtain a normal molar relationship was as follows: first molar, central incisor, lateral incisor, first premolar, second premolar, canine, second molar in the maxilla and first molar, cen- tral incisor, lateral incisor, canine, first premolar, second premolar, second molar in the mandible.
2006] found significant correlations between the caries experience in the primary and permanent dentitions, and between the primary second molars at baseline and the permanent teeth at 10 years old.
For individuals exhibiting EH, 38% had EH on the first and second molars, 19% on the second and third molars, and 3% on the third and fourth molars.
Repelling magnets versus superelastic nickel-titanium coils in simultaneous distal movement of maxillary first and second molars.
Hence further study recommended in large sample size and further study should be address development of second molars.