What have brachyodont teeth?
Humans, carnivores, pigs
What have hypsodont teeth?
Horses, rodents, lagomorphs
Most mammals are diphyodont, what are the two sets of teeth this includes?
1st set- Deciduous
2nd set- permanent
When do deciduous teeth start to appear?
2-4 weeks of age
When are deciduous teeth completed?
Eruption of permanent incisors in dogs?
Eruption of permanent canine teeth in dogs?
5-6 months of age
Eruption of permanent premolar teeth in dogs?
4-5 months of age
Eruption of permanent molar teeth in dogs?
6-7 months of age
How many teeth do dogs and cats have?
Dogs - 42
Cats - 30
What is the dental formula for dogs?
2 ( I 3/3, C 1/1. PM 4/4, M 2/3)
What is the dental formula for cats?
2 ( I 3/3, C 1/1, PM 3/2, M 1/1 )
In the Triadan system of naming teeth, the 100 series are where?
Maxillary right quadrant
In the Triadan system, where are the 200 series teeth found?
Maxillary left quadrant
In the Triadan system, where are the 300 series teeth found?
Mandibular in left quadrant
In the Triadan system, where are the 400 series teeth found?
Mandibular right quadrant
What permanent teeth have 1 root?
Incisors, canine, premolar 1
What permanent teeth have 2 roots?
Molar 1, 2, 3
What is the largest tooth?
What specific teeth are the carnassial teeth?
Fourth upper premolar and First lower premolar
Describe normal occlusion
Upper incisors close just in front of lower incisors
Upper fourth premolar should come to the outside of the first lower molar.
Asymmetrical Skeletal Maloclussion, AKA Wry mouth, is indicated when?
Elongation of half of the head
Jaw is under or over shot
Only effects one side or the other
Can be genetic or from trauma
Extra permanent teeth are also known as what?
Term for missing teeth
Term for teeth that do not line up
Term for when the upper jaw is longer than the lower jaw; overshot
Term for when the mandible is longer than the maxilla; under bite
Term for the portion above the gum line covered by enamel
The hardest substance in the body
Soft tissues of the tooth