Permanent teeth and their assigned numbers (Universal Tooth Numbering
System) upper right 1. 3rd Molar (wisdom tooth) 2.
Labial Surface. Diagram of the Tooth Numbering System. (viewed as if looking
into the mouth). Buccal (Facial). Surface. Occlusal. Surface. Incisal Surface. Right
Tooth Chart. Because you are viewing the chart as if you are looking at the
patient's mouth, the Left and Right sides will appear to be reversed.
Note: When you look at the tooth chart, you are looking into a person's mouth with
the jaws open. You're facing the person, so their upper right jaw will be on the ...
WebMD's Teeth Anatomy Page provides a detailed diagram and definition of the
teeth, ... The root of each tooth descends below the gum line, into the jaw.
Aug 5, 2013 ... Diagram of dental teeth numbers and names. Knowing teeth ... Most of us know
teeth based on names, such as molar, incisor, or wisdom tooth.
May 11, 2012 ... ... about when he is reading out a bunch of random numbers? This post will
discuss the tooth numbering system that dentists use in Canada.
Lower. Central Incisor. Lateral Incisor. Canine (Cuspid, Eye Tooth). First
Premolar (First Bicuspid). Second Premolar (Second Bicuspid). First Molar (6-yr
Eight quizzes covering the topic of Tooth Numbering and Tooth Identification. The
Universal Tooth Numbering system is illustrated and explained.
As a permanent tooth forms under the gums and in the jawbone, the roots of the
... The number of roots ranges from one to four. ... Label the tooth diagram.