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# How many surfaces on the tooth are probed to determine the sulcus debth?

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To Determine the depth of the sulcus , six sites are probed. There are three sites on the facial, including mesiofacial, mid facial, and disto facial, and three sites on the lingual, including mesiolingual, mid lingual, and disto lingual.

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