The posterior teeth in the upper and lower jaws that are nondeciduous.
Teeth with a broad chewing surface for grinding food, located in the back of the mouth. See what's inside a molar.
Multi-cusped back teeth used to grind and masticate food.
The larger back teeth, which are the 6th, 7th, and 8th tooth in the mouth from the front. They are used for most of the chewing.
The teeth in the back of the mouth characterized by broad chewing surfaces Currently there are no topics listed alphabetically under this letter. You can use the search function at the top of this page to find information that may exist in other locations on willamettedental.com.
back teeth used for grinding food. The furthest (third) molars are also known as wisdom teeth.
The last three teeth in the upper and lower left and right sides of the mouth in an adult. These 12 teeth are for grinding food. The baby set of teeth has eight molars.
The broad, multicusped back teeth, used for grinding food are considered the largest teeth in the mouth. In adults there are a total of twelve molars (including the four wisdom teeth, or third molars), three on each side of the upper and lower jaws.
Large, broad, multi-cusped teeth at the back of the mouth.
The grinding teeth at the back of the jaw, which grow only once in a lifetime.
The large back teeth which are used for grinding food. There are twelve, with three on each side of both the upper and lower jaw; this does include the "wisdom" teeth, which are often extracted in adults.
the 12 back teeth; the upper and lower chewing teeth.
Three back teeth in each dental quadrant used for grinding food.
Large teeth toward the back of the mouth.
Molars are the large teeth at the back of the mouth. See the entire definition of Molars
The back teeth that are designed for grinding food before swallowing. See "Eruption order"
The posterior teeth of the dental arcade, with two on each side in the upper jaw and three on each side in the lower jaw in an adult with correct dentition.
Second three sets of large cheek teeth, top and bottom jaws, used for grinding. There are no deciduous molars, they erupt as permanent teeth.
The teeth behind the primary canines or the permanent premolars, with large crowns and broad chewing surfaces for grinding food.
Are the sixth seventh and eighth teeth from front and center; can be identified by their four or five points or "cusps."
Dog has four premolars on each side of the upper and lower jaw. There are two true molars on each side of the upper jaw, and three on each side of the lower jaw. Upper molars have three roots, lower have two roots.
Grinding teeth usually situated toward the back of the mouth.
The 12 back teeth in the entire mouth (or the three back teeth in each quarter of the mouth if the wisdom teeth are counted). See Dental Health Information, "Sealants".
These are the twelve broad back teeth, three on each side of the upper and lower dental arches.
The first, second and third molars, those are the sixth, seventh and eight teeth from the center of the mouth to the back of the mouth. The back teeth with the large chewing surface on top. They have 4 points (cups).
The grinding or chewing teeth, located at the back of both jaws.