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bicuspid a tooth ending in two points.
bucktooth an upper front tooth that sticks out.
canine a pointed tooth between the front teeth and molars of many mammals. [1/3 definitions]
caries bone or tooth decay.
dentine the bony material underneath the enamel of a tooth that forms the main part of the tooth. Dentine is sensitive to heat, cold, and touch.
enamel the hard, shiny covering of a tooth. [1/4 definitions]
eyetooth a pointed tooth in the upper jaw, located beneath the eye. The eyeteeth are also called "canines."
fang a long, pointed tooth. Some animals use their fangs to hold and tear prey. Some snakes have hollow fangs through which they inject poison.
filling material used to fill a cavity in a tooth. [1/2 definitions]
fluorine a substance that is a chemical element. Fluorine combines easily with other elements to form compounds. Some of these compounds are used to prevent tooth decay. Fluorine is poisonous in its pure gas form. (symbol: F)
molar1 a large tooth located in the back of the mouth, with a broad biting surface used for grinding food.
pulp the soft, center part of a tooth. It contains nerves and blood vessels. [1/3 definitions]
root1 the part that attaches a hair, nail, or tooth to the body but cannot be seen. [1/8 definitions]
teeth plural of tooth.
tooth a small, pointed part similar to a human tooth in form or in how it is used. [1/3 definitions]
toothache a pain in or close to a tooth.
tusk a long, large, pointed tooth that sticks out from the mouth of some animals. Tusks grow in pairs and may be used to find food or fight. Elephants, walruses, and wild boars have tusks.
wisdom tooth the last tooth on each side of both the upper and lower jaws of humans that is the last tooth to appear. A wisdom tooth can cause problems when there is not enough room for it to grow.