Understanding Tooth 28: Cusp Pattern, Cavities, and When Extraction is Needed

Many people get confused when they are told about the numbers of the teeth in their mouth. We have provided details of all the types, including canines, incisors, premolars, molars, and wisdom teeth, and the numbers of these teeth. Think of this like your tooth’s address. Tooth 28 is in the lower right part of…

Tooth 21: Decoding the Secrets of Your Lower Left First Premolar
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Tooth 21: Decoding the Secrets of Your Lower Left First Premolar

Tooth number 21, which is, according to the universal tooth numbering system, the 1st premolar of the lower left quadrant, is often represented as 4 in the FDI World Dental Federation notation. The lower left quadrant consists of: The quadrant starts from tooth 17, which is the 3rd molar of the lower left quadrant. After…

Tooth 20: the Lower Left Upperdog- A Guide to Infections and Treatments
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Tooth 20: the Lower Left Upperdog- A Guide to Infections and Treatments

Do you have all 32 teeth? No? Are you looking for the answer to the question, if it is normal? Yes, the total number of teeth in any adult human mouth is 32. But if you have any less than that, that is also a normal condition in any human being. The teeth other than…

Tooth 13 Chronicles: From Decay to Renewal – and Root Canal Treatment
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Tooth 13 Chronicles: From Decay to Renewal – and Root Canal Treatment

The tooth numbering system and names are a complete detail for not only the dentists but also for you on our website. specifically tooth number 13, which is bicupsid (2nd), which is in the upper left quadrant. The location and function of tooth number 13 are as important as any other tooth in your mouth….

How Many Teeth do Kids Have? A Guide to Oral Health and Development
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How Many Teeth do Kids Have? A Guide to Oral Health and Development

How many teeth do kids have? or a human have? This question confuses a lot of people around the globe. The answer we will be elaborating on here is to clear up all the confusion. There are baby teeth, and then there are permanent teeth. We will be giving a brief detail about how many…

TOOTH 12: Exploring Maxillary Premolar “Introduction & Anatomy”
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TOOTH 12: Exploring Maxillary Premolar “Introduction & Anatomy”

Tooth 12 is a permanent first premolar in the upper left quadrant that normally erupts between the ages of six and seven. The Universal Tooth Numbering System allocates a number to all teeth. According to the Universal Tooth Numbering System, tooth number 12 is the maxillary first premolar, or first bicuspid. The first premolar is…

Dental Spotlight: Understanding Tooth 4 – Upper Right Second Premolar
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Dental Spotlight: Understanding Tooth 4 – Upper Right Second Premolar

When you are sitting in front of a dentist’s chair, you hear the word quadrant. When dental doctors use this term, they are not talking about mathematical equations or formulas. Doctors are talking about the parts of your mouth. Dentists divide your mouth into four sections, or quadrants. The upper portions of your mouth are…

Tooth 5: The Maxillary First Premolar, “Anatomy, and Dental Reflction”
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Tooth 5: The Maxillary First Premolar, “Anatomy, and Dental Reflction”

Where is tooth 5 located? People often ask, Where is tooth 5 located? The answer to their question is that tooth 5 is present in the upper right quadrant of the human mouth. If we further discuss Tooth 5 location, it is located between the fourth premolar (tooth 4) and the canine (tooth 6). From…