rounded prominence on the incisal edge of newly erupted tooth
opening at the apex of a root of a tooth
the neck of the tooth
towards the front
the act of chewing
1/2 of 1 dental arch
3 pair, sublingual, submandibular, and parotid
refers to the backside of the body
hard covering of the crown of the tooth, the hardest tissue of the body
lining of the oral cavity
buldge of enamel on the cervical 1/3 of anterior teeth on the lingual side
refers to the frontside of the body
soft tissue surrounding the teeth (gums)
deep grooves or pits
V shaped space in gingival direction, between proximal surfaces of 2 adjoining teeth in contact
natural teeth of the dental arch
towards the back
shock absorbers that attach the tooth to the bone
bulk of the tooth, the main portion
tooth surfaces that are adjacent to eachother
posterior tooth used for tearing and chewing
bone surrounding the teeth
bone like covering of the roots
thin compact bone that lines the alveolar socket
chewing surface of the posterior teeth
towards the midline
towards the tongue
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