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Interproximal grooving of lower second molars in WLH 4

Durband, Arthur; Westaway, Michael C.; Rayner, Daniel


Interproximal grooving of the teeth is a form of non-masticatory wear commonly found in precontemporary human populations. While its cause is debated, it is thought to be due to the repeated abrasion of fibrous materials across the distal surfaces of teet

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2012
Type: Journal article
Source: Australian Archaeology
DOI: .1080/03122417.2012.11681955


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