Osteology

Mandible and permanent teeth, superior view

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Osteology
Mandible and permanent teeth, superior view
The occlusal surfaces of some teeth of this specimen show evidence of abrasive wear.
1 . Medial incisor
2 . Lateral incisor
3 . Canine
4 . Premolar I
5 . Premolar II
6 . Molar I
7 . Molar II
8 . Molar III (dens serotinus)
9 . Buccinator crest
10 . Coronoid process
11 . Angle of mandible
12 . Lingual surface
13 . Labial surface
14 . Surface contactus medialis (mesial surface)
15 . Surface contactus lateralis (distal surface)
16 . Surface contactus anterior (mesial surface)
17 . Surface contactus posterior (distal surface)
18 . Buccal surface
19 . Capitulum
20 . Pterygoid fovea
21 . Mandibular incisure
22 . Lingual surface
23 . Surface of mastication (occlusal surface)
24 . Mental spine
25 . Sublingual fovea