Definition of Bicuspids
1. Noun. (plural of bicuspid) ¹
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Definition of Bicuspids
1. bicuspid [n] - See also: bicuspid
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Literary usage of Bicuspids
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Practical Treatise on Artificial Crown-, Bridge-, and Porcelain-work by George Evans (1920)
"Central or Lateral Incisors, Cuspids or bicuspids.—The restoration of a central or lateral is an operation that calls for the exercise of judgment and in ..."
2. Dental Anatomy by Martin Dewey (1916)
"There are eight premolars, or bicuspids, two on each side of the upper jaw, and two on each side of the lower jaw. They are named respectively from the ..."
3. The Principles and practice of dentistry: Including Anatomy, Physiology by Chapin Aaron Harris, Philip H. Austen (1882)
"Upper bicuspids. — One or both bicuspids on one side are often attached to a plate about the size of a cent, clasped to the bicuspid ..."
4. The Principles and practice of dental surgery by Chapin Aaron Harris (1863)
"In this combination, the clasp gives steadiness, and the close fit of the plate to the gum gives adhesion. bicuspids WITH ONE CLASP. ..."
5. Pye's Surgical Handicraft: A Manual of Surgical Manipulations, Minor Surgery by Walter Pye (1893)
"Thus the best pattern for the upper in- C\SOTS, canines, and bicuspids, is a pair with jaws straight from the hinge (which should be circular and not ..."
6. Anatomy: Descriptive and Surgical by Henry Gray (1897)
"The permanent teeth are thirty-two in number—four incisors (two central and two lateral), two canines, four bicuspids, and six molars in each jaw (Fig. ..."
7. A Text Book of Anatomy, and Guide in Dissections: For the Use of Students of by Washington R. Handy (1854)
"Its dental formula is to the upper jaw on either side, three incisors, one bicuspid, and six molars; to the lower jaw, three incisors, two bicuspids, ..."
8. Journal of the British Dental Association by British Dental Association (1902)
"In consulting my tables of eruption, which are gained by the examination of 15000 children, we find that the first bicuspids erupt at the age of loj years ..."