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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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Mandibular molar teeth studied in this radiographic analysis using ImageJ software exhibited a natural progression of inflammatory periodontal disease in both furcation and interproximal sites.
The molar teeth are the most common source of ODNIs, and the mandibular molar teeth are affected more commonly than the maxillary molar teeth (4).
Nabeshima, "The effect of the loss of molar teeth on spatial memory and acetylcholine release from the parietal cortex in aged rats," Behavioural Brain Research, vol.
Trauma was the cause for extracting 14% of non-third molar teeth. There was no association between extraction due to trauma and gender and age.
[18.] Hellman M (1936) Our Third Molar Teeth; Their Eruption, Presence and Absence.
They seemed to have an orange-sized brain cavity and odd pre molar teeth, which were indicative of older species, but their jawline appeared modern.
Now, once asleep, special gags are used to keep his mouth open and his molar teeth accessible, while a guarded burr is employed to grind his long, sharp molars back to normal.
distal cErvical cariEs in thE MandiBular sEcond Molar: an indication for thE prophylactic rEMoval of third Molar tEEth? updatE.
Clinical observations following root amputation in maxillary molar teeth. J Periodontol 1975; 46:1-5.
Study author Dr Gabriele Macho examined the diet of Paranthropus boisei, nicknamed "Nutcracker Man" because of his big flat molar teeth and powerful jaws, through studying modern-day baboons in Kenya.