Are teeth considered bones?

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The teeth are considered as part of the skeletal system; however, they are not counted as bones. Teeth are made of dentin and enamel. The enamel is actually the strongest material in the human body.
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The teeth are part of the skeletal system, but they are not counted as bones.
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