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IDENTIFICATION OF TEETH

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third molar or more commonly called the “wisdom tooth.” Another method of describing the location of teeth is to refer to them as anterior or posterior teeth (fig. 4-15). Anterior teeth are those located in the front of the mouth, the incisors, and the cuspids. Normally, these are the teeth that are visible when a person smiles. The posterior teeth are those located in the back of the mouth-the bicuspids and molars. IDENTIFICATION OF TEETH To avoid confusion, you must identify a tooth as completely as possible. Give its full name: Central incisor (not incisor), second molar (not molar), etc. But even the full name of a tooth does not provide adequate identification because several teeth have the same name. Complete tooth identification requires that you identify: the quadrant in which the tooth appears, and Figure 4-15.— Standard dental chart; names and numbers of teeth. 4-11



   


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