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Blood Vessels

Duct or canal holding or conveying blood.

Bone

Any piece of tissue making up the skeleton on vertebrates.

Canines

Teeth responsible for tearing or shredding.

Cementum

Bonelike substance covering the root of a tooth.

Crown

Part of the tooth visible outside the gum.

Dentin

Dense tissue forming the bulk of a tooth.

Enamel

Hard coating of a tooth.

Gum

Firm flesh around the roots of teeth.

Incisors

Teeth responsible for cutting food.

Molars

Teeth responsible for grinding.

Neck

Part of the tooth connecting the tooth to the gum.

Parotid Gland

Either of the pair of salivary glands situated below and in front of each ear.

Premolars

Teeth responsible for grinding.

Nerves

Fiber or bundles of fibers that transmits impulses between the brain or spinal cord and other parts of the body.

Pulp

The soft, fleshy part of the tooth.

Root

The part of the tooth embedded in the gum.

Sublingual Gland

A complex of salivary glands located int he sublingual fold on each side fo the floor of the mouth.

Submaxillary Gland

A large seromucous or mixed salivary gland located below the mandible on each side of the jaw.

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