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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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Smaller dogs are most at risk of suffering dilacerated mandibular molars because they have limited space in their mouths for the teeth to grow.
However, it also seems likely that in some individuals, third molars might have sufficient space and exist for a lifetime as healthy, functional teeth.
PREMOLARS Also known as bicuspids because of their two distinct edges, the premolars are in front of the molars and grind food.
The aetiology of ectopic unerupted mandibular third molars remains unclear but the majority present with associated dentigerous cyst formation (2).
To evaluate and compare dental treatment needs between hypomineralised and non-hypomineralised first permanent molars.
Enamel hypoplasia was observed on the buccal and/or lingual sides of the mandibular molars of thirty-four of the fifty-seven individuals (60%).
Five measurable upper first molars are available; one represents the yellow-nosed cotton rat and four represent the hispid cotton rat.
Abstract: The treatment of approximal carious lesions in molars and premolars is often difficult because of the significant lack of hard dental substance, thus special problems of retention, strength and pulp biology occur.
Evaluated the effects of preoperative hypnotic techniques (HTs) used by patients planned for surgical removal of third mandibular molars.
Funded by a grant from the Legacy Foundation and Delta Dental Foundation, Mohave Community College dental hygiene students applied a plastic coating, or sealant, on the biting surfaces of permanent molars to seal out decay and help get the youngsters through the decayprone years.
The most contentious recent findings even downgrade the refined mammalian middle ear and ridged molars to less than novel.
Both humans and elephants have incisors and molars.