canine tooth

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  • noun

Synonyms for canine tooth

one of the four pointed conical teeth (two in each jaw) located between the incisors and the premolars

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Extraction of the canine tooth can be simpler because it only has one root.
Although the canine tooth, notes Darwin, "no longer serves man as a special weapon" (Descent 59), for the human-animal vampire it remains an important feature of transgression and horror.
First, he yanked out a canine tooth, and then he began to drill.
Overcrowding of teeth was seen, and the right canine tooth was absent (figure 1).
An orthodontic consultant referred a 13 years 7 months old Caucasian male because of gingival hyperplasia associated with his maxillary right canine tooth.
It involves the use of a sharp canine tooth and is not for public display.
Additionally, her lower dentition was so abnormal that she needed a canine tooth to be removed so she could properly close her mouth.
In 2004, an Icelandic geologist found a rare, well-preserved, 110,000-to-130,000-year-old, fossil jawbone and canine tooth in the Svalbard archipelago of Norway.
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