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  • Copyright 2003, Elsevier Science (USA). All rights reserved.  Restorative materials that are applied to the tooth while the material is pliable and able to carve and finish. Amalgam Composite resins Glass ionomer Intermediate restorative materials Tooth-whitening products  Restorative materials that are applied to the tooth while the material is pliable and able to carve and finish. Amalgam Composite resins Glass ionomer Intermediate restorative materials Tooth-whitening products Direct Restorations

    Copyright 2003, Elsevier Science (USA). All rights reserved. Primary Mandibular Second Molars n The primary mandibular second molar (K and T) is larger than the primary mandibular first molar. n It has five cusps; the second molar most closely resembles the form of the permanent mandibular first molar. n The three buccal cusps are nearly equal in size. n The primary mandibular second molar has an overall oval occlusal shape. n The primary mandibular second molar (K and T) is larger than the primary mandibular first molar. n It has five cusps; the second molar most closely resembles the form of the permanent mandibular first molar. n The three buccal cusps are nearly equal in size. n The primary mandibular second molar has an overall oval occlusal shape.

  • Copyright 2003, Elsevier Science (USA). All rights reserved. The Primary Dentition n There are 20 primary teeth, 10 per dental arch. n These teeth include incisors, canines, and molars. n The primary teeth are numbered in the Universal Tooth Numbering System by using the capital letters A through T. n The primary teeth are smaller overall and have whiter enamel than the permanent teeth. n The crown of any primary tooth is short in relation to its total length. The crowns are narrower at the CEJ. n There are 20 primary teeth, 10 per dental arch. n These teeth include incisors, canines, and molars. n The primary teeth are numbered in the Universal Tooth Numbering System by using the capital letters A through T. n The primary teeth are smaller overall and have whiter enamel than the permanent teeth. n The crown of any primary tooth is short in relation to its total length. The crowns are narrower at the CEJ.

    Copyright 2003, Elsevier Science (USA). All rights reserved. Fig. 12-38 Various views of a primary mandibular right second molar. Fig. 12-38

  • Copyright 2003, Elsevier Science (USA). All rights reserved. The Primary Dentition n There are 20 primary teeth, 10 per dental arch. n These teeth include incisors, canines, and molars. n The primary teeth are numbered in the Universal Tooth Numbering System by using the capital letters A through T. n The primary teeth are smaller overall and have whiter enamel than the permanent teeth. n The crown of any primary tooth is short in relation to its total length. The crowns are narrower at the CEJ. n There are 20 primary teeth, 10 per dental arch. n These teeth include incisors, canines, and molars. n The primary teeth are numbered in the Universal Tooth Numbering System by using the capital letters A through T. n The primary teeth are smaller overall and have whiter enamel than the permanent teeth. n The crown of any primary tooth is short in relation to its total length. The crowns are narrower at the CEJ.

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Copyright 2003, Elsevier Science (USA). All rights reserved. Gypsum Products Used extensively in dentistry to make dental models. Chemical properties A mineral that is mined from the earth. In its unrefined state, gypsum is the dihydrate form of calcium sulfate. Converted into a powdered hemihydrate. Used extensively in dentistry to make dental models. Chemical properties A mineral that is mined from the earth. In its unrefined state, gypsum is the dihydrate form of calcium sulfate. Converted into a powdered hemihydrate.