Oral Anatomy

The Contact Area On The Distal Surface Of A Maxillary First Premolar Should Be Placed In______

The Contact Area On The Distal Surface Of A Maxillary First Premolar Should Be Placed In______

Middle 3rd With Facial Embrasure Greater Than The Lingual Embrasure

Occlusal 3rd Of Proximal Surface With Facial Embrasure Greater Than Lingual Embrasure

Middle 3rd Of Proximal Surface With Lingual Embrasure Greater Than The Facial Embrasure

Occlusal 3rd Of Proximal Surface With The Lingual Embrasure Greater Than Facial Embrasure

The Contact Area On The Distal Side Of A Maxillary First Premolar Is Located ______

The Contact Area On The Distal Side Of A Maxillary First Premolar Is Located ______

Middle Of The Middle Third With Lingual Embrasure Wider Than Buccal

Cervical Third With Buccal Embrasure Wider Than Lingual Embrasure

Litter Cervical To The Junction Of Occlusal And Middle Third Of The Crown With Wide Occlusal Embrasure

Middle Of The Middle Third With Buccal Embrasure Wider Than Lingual

Roots Of Primary And Secondary Teeth Are Different In That The Primary Roots Are More Divergent And Flaring. The Other Difference ______

Roots Of Primary And Secondary Teeth Are Different In That The Primary Roots Are More Divergent And Flaring. The Other Difference ______

Primary Roots Show Less A Accessory And Lateral Canals

None Of The Above

Primary Roots Resorb More Easily

Primary Roots Are Shorter

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