Occlusal surface layer of left first lower molar tooth

Known as: Occlusal surface of left lower first molar tooth, Occlusal surface layer of tooth 19, Occlusal surface layer of left mandibular first molar tooth 
 
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2014
2014
Appearance of the tribosphenic molar in the Late Jurassic (160 Ma) is a crucial innovation for food processing in mammalian… (More)
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2013
2013
This study aimed to compare the patterns of stress distribution in a lower second premolar using three conventional occlusal… (More)
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2011
2011
Simulations based on finite element analysis (FEA) have attracted increasing interest in dentistry and dental anthropology for… (More)
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2001
2001
 
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2000
2000
UNLABELLED Occlusal splints (Michigan splints, night/bite guards or bite-raising appliances) can be an effective, inexpensive and… (More)
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1988
1988
Thirty patients with craniomandibular disorders and headache were randomly divided into two groups. One received occlusal… (More)
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1981
1981
 
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1967
1967
  • O Bjorndahl
  • Revue dentaire libanaise. Lebanese dental…
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1958
1958
  • M Simring
  • Journal of the American Dental Association
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