On the other hand, maxillary sinus floor have a direct relationship with the apex of premolars
and by consequence with the implant position in cases of exodontia (Ok et al.).
The location of mental foramen in our study for both sides, showed at longitudinal axis of 2 Premolar
(Males-78.66%, Females-69.23%), between 1, 2 premolars
(Males 15.33%, Females -20.66%) and between 2 Premolar
and 1 Molar (Males 6%, Females 6.66%).
The treatment plan consisted of initial leveling and aligning followed by extraction of maxillary first premolars
and mandibular premolars
and RCR followed by fixed appliance orthodontic treatment, with no use of extraoral or intraoral anchorage appliances.
In many of the studies using dried skulls, conventional radiographs and CBCT, the MF has been found to be closely associated with apex of second premolars
in most of the cases studied2,4,6,9.
All impacted molars were classified according to Pell and Gragory classification 20 whereas for premolars
and canines classification given by Yamamoto21 was used.
The unfavorable morphology and portions of maxillary premolars
cause them to be named as the most susceptible posterior teeth to be fractured (7, 14, 15).
Conventional pendulum anchors from the palatal tissue and upper premolars
during the distalization of maxillary molars.
AZKB 01, a mandible with incisors, canines, premolars
and molars (AZKB-Azad Jammu and Kashmir, district Bhimber).
Increase vertical angulation of sensors slightly Premolars
cut off Place film/sensor at middle of mandibular in bitewing canine Molars cut off in Place receptor at middle 2nd premolar
bitewing Teeth not evenly Place bite-block equally between both jaws seen in bitewing Overlapping Beam alignment device is parallel to facial surfaces Stretched image 1.
According to the tooth type, the number of accepted cases was distributed as follows: 15 (32.6%) in upper molars, 39 (30.2%) in lower molars, 28 (40%) in upper incisors, 13 (35.1%) in lower incisors, 18 (26.8%) in upper premolars
, and 14 (34.1%) in lower premolars
stardusti, with similar premolars
, is called Deccanolestes hislopi, and it lived all the way across the planet, in India, between 70 million and 66 million years ago.