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Tooth

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Caption: Figure 3: Labial alveolectomy during open extraction of the left maxillary canine tooth.
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 man's front teeth protruded and there was a noticeable gap behind the right canine tooth.
A very large canine tooth inserted on the distal part of the vomer is considered diagnostic for specific identification; however, one of the examined specimens showed two canine teeth.
In a letter back enclosing pounds 10 as a "goodwill gesture", the firm admitted it was a canine tooth but said it was "a complete mystery" how it had got into a Mars Bar.
Canine strength in bending about the anterior-posterior axis (Sx), the direction of maximum force, was calculated using the method in Van Valkenburgh and Ruff (1987): Sx = Ix/Fhb where h = crown height of the canine tooth, F = force (set at one), Ix = ([Pi]ab3)/4, a = half the maximum anterior-posterior diameter (= half APD) and b = half the maximum medio-lateral diameter of the canine tooth.
The etiology of canine tooth impaction: a space analysis.
Numerous angry moggies and the occasional canine tooth have left their permanent mark.
Q My daft cocker spaniel broke a canine tooth on a branch.
Is the tooth strategic (needed for holding or chewing, like a canine tooth or a molar) or is it more cosmetic (an incisor that's visible in the dog's "smile").

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