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In the present study, the maxillary premolar tooth with MODP cavity design was modeled to simulate the worst case scenario for direct restoration methods.
Caption: Figure 3: Orthopantomographic image showing a deep caries cavity in the left mandibular second premolar tooth and a radiolucent area in its apical region.
Mandibular second premolar tooth was reported as the most common missing tooth similar to the previous studies (10,18).
Aksoy, "Analysis of a restored maxillary second premolar tooth by using three-dimensional finite element method," Journal of Oral Rehabilitation, vol.
As to the location of the IOF in relation to the maxillary teeth, it is important to note that the IOF was most frequently located in a vertical plane passing through the tip of the buccal cusp of the maxillary second premolar tooth (37.5% and 55.9% on the right and left side, resp.) followed by a position in between the first and second upper premolar teeth (34.4% and 26.5% on the right and left side, resp.).
The gross specimen included multiple bits of hard tissues with permanent mandibular first molar and second premolar tooth and 2 bits of soft tissue as can be seen in Figure 2.
The dorsal nasal turbinate had sinus, which begins at the level of second premolar tooth and attains maximum at rostral face of second molar tooth and extend up to level of medial canthus of eye.