Later on, the left canine tooth
was identified to have a darker color and hence bleaching treatment was applied.
Caption: Figure 2: Laterolateral (oblique) head radiography of a maned wolf showing two unerupted maxillary canine teeth (the red arrow) and an unerupted right mandibular canine tooth
(the blue arrow).
The canine tooth
can be injured in a fight or when being hit by a car, four-wheeler, etc., or when trying to chew or pull on chain link or other kennel materials.
The body in its alveolar margin presented three incisor teeth and one canine tooth
on each side.
It's an exuberantly large version of a canine tooth
that grows in a spiral; the only tooth known to do so.
Bruzst suggested that the canine tooth
bud is situated in front of the lower incisors and that facial growth pushes the canine towards the contralateral side .
In Descent, Darwin describes canine teeth in the human as "perfectly efficient instruments for mastication" but categorizes them as "rudimentary" because the canine tooth
"no longer serves man as a special weapon for tearing his enemies or prey" (Descent 59).
While he was under anaesthetic more than a dozen experts inspected the polar's molars and performed root canal treatment on an infected canine tooth
First, he yanked out a canine tooth
, and then he began to drill.
Key Words: Ossifying fibroma, Canine Tooth
syndrome, trochlear trauma
A dog can live without an incisor, for example, more easily than it can live without a canine tooth
. The ones that I most strongly recommend preserving rather than pulling are the fang teeth and the carnassial teeth."
Q My daft cocker spaniel broke a canine tooth
on a branch.
'' The first sign of pierolapithecus was a canine tooth
turned up by a bulldozer clearing land.
The first sign of Pierolapithecus was a canine tooth
turned up by a bulldozer that was clearing land for digging.
Place one hand on the cat's muzzle with the thumb just behind one canine tooth
and the index finger behind the other canine tooth