Topic five cervical enamel extension. clinical signs and symptoms. Cervical enamel extensions are located on the buccal surface of the root overlying the bifurcation. mandibular molars are more frequently affected than my medullary molars. How can we remember that it occurs on the buccal surface and it occurs most commonly in the mandibular molars. Here is how cervical enamel extension.
What does it look like? It looks like this. What does this remind you of? It reminds you of a tie. It looks exactly like the triangular upper part of a tie. Now who wears a tie, usually a man or woman a man would wear a tie which is mandible Right.
Now, where would the man wear the tie? Would he wear it to the front of his neck or to the back, he would wear it to the front of the neck, which is the buckle of the neck. Alright, so cervical enamel extension looks exactly like the tie. Who wears a tie. A man wears a tie on the buckle of his neck.