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which is the lagest cusp in Mdr and maxillary 1st molar and which is the highest cusp ????
 

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which is the highest cusp in both max and mndr 1st molar ?

In max molar and mandibular molar longest cusp is Mesiolingual.

Mandibular molar :ML>DL>MB>DB>D.

Maxillary molar:ML>MB>DB>DL>5th cusp.

longest to shortest cusp frequency.
 

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Which statement is correct regarding Mandibular 1st Premolar:-

1. The distal marginal ridge is lower than the mesial marginal ridge.
2. The mesial marginal ridge is more cervical than the distal marginal ridge.

2. is given in decks but i dont know if its correct or not. Because, from the facial, the mesial contact is more occlusal than the distal contact.

Please help me...
 

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Which statement is correct regarding Mandibular 1st Premolar:-

1. The distal marginal ridge is lower than the mesial marginal ridge.
2. The mesial marginal ridge is more cervical than the distal marginal ridge.

2. is given in decks but i dont know if its correct or not. Because, from the facial, the mesial contact is more occlusal than the distal contact.

Please help me...

answer is The mesial marginal ridge is more cervical than the distal marginal ridge.

as the mesial is towards the cervical and disatal is more toward the occlusal side.
 
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