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Image Cheek teeth occlusion
The normal resting occlusal relationship of the upper and lower cheek teeth in rabbits is with the lingual edges of of the upper teeth resting against the buccal edges of the lower teeth. There is no gap between them.
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Image Normal incisors
These incisors are a normal shape and have smooth shiny enamel and no ridges. The tips are sharp. The tips of the lower incisors rest against the peg teeth behind the large upper incisors.
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Image C header Normal upper cheek teeth
The sharp enamel folds and edges of the cheek teeth can be seen as a regular pattern of ridges and valleys on teeth of the same height
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