The Location of Tooth 24: What’s Normal and What’s Not
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The Location of Tooth 24: What’s Normal and What’s Not

Tooth 24 is one of the incisor teeth. Incisors are the four teeth in both jaws located at the front of the mouth, resulting in a total of eight incisors. If we talk about its type, tooth 24 is a central incisor, while tooth 24 is present in the lower jaw. Looking at the function…

Tooth 9 Extraction: When It’s Necessary and What to Expect

Tooth 9 Extraction: When It’s Necessary and What to Expect

Tooth 9 with All its Functionality Tooth number nine is one of the incisors and is named the central incisor. It also has great significance and is present on the upper left side of the mouth. Not only tooth nine but all incisors are essential because they are helpful in gripping food and shearing it…

Tooth 11 Decay: Everything You Need to Know
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Tooth 11 Decay: Everything You Need to Know

In tooth number systems, tooth number 11 is the canine tooth. Which are also called cuspids, eye teeth, and fangs. In the Palmer Notation Method or the FDI World Dental Federation notation, tooth number 11 refers to the upper right maxillary cuspid, also known as the upper right maxillary canine. It is now easy for…

Tooth 6 Eruption: What to Expect and When to See a Dentist
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Tooth 6 Eruption: What to Expect and When to See a Dentist

The tooth number system was designed to provide a standard for dental communication and identification. The way we offer unique numbers, names, or codes for identification. It became easy for dentists to maintain the records of their patients with reference to a tooth number.  Other types of tooth numbering systems are used around the globe….

Wisdom Teeth: Location, Pain, and Extraction for (1, 16, 17, 32)
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Wisdom Teeth: Location, Pain, and Extraction for (1, 16, 17, 32)

Looking at the universal numbering system of any other tooth identification system gives you the name or number for all 32 teeth. But not everyone has 32 teeth; some may have fewer, and some may erupt more than 32 teeth. Both conditions will be discussed in this article. What is a Wisdom Tooth in the…

Incisor Teeth [7,8,9,10,23,24,25,26]: The Front Teeth That Do It All

Incisor Teeth [7,8,9,10,23,24,25,26]: The Front Teeth That Do It All

The group of teeth located in the very front of the human mouth are called incisor teeth. Their name comes from the Latin word ‘incidere,” which means “cutter. This group comprises eight teeth, out of which four are present on the top jaws and four on the bottom jaws. At approximately twelve (12) months of age,…