Dental Anatomy

Dental life systems is the study of the structure of human teeth. The naming of teeth and the patterns that comprise them are arranged in dental life systems, an orderly discipline whose data is useful for dental therapy. The development of teeth begins prior to birth, and throughout this period, the final shape of the teeth is not fully determined.

  • Classes of teeth: incisors, canines, premolars, molars
  • FDI numbering system
  • Crown and root
  • Embrasures
  • Mamelons


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