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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hard_tissue

Hard tissue (also termed calcified tissue) is tissue which is mineralized and has a firm intercellular matrix. The hard tissues of humans are bone, tooth enamel, ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Skeleton

The skeleton is the body part that forms the supporting structure of an organism. There are .... Although the teeth do not consist of tissue commonly found in bones , the teeth are usually considered as members of the skeletal system. The biggest bone in the body is the femur in the upper leg, and the smallest is the stapes ...

www.livescience.com/33130-why-are-teeth-not-considered-bones.html

Mar 18, 2011 ... Teeth and bones are both hard, white and heavy with calcium, but that doesn't make them one and the same. From the way they look to how ...

www.colgate.com/en/us/oc/oral-health/basics/mouth-and-teeth-anatomy/article/are-teeth-bones-1116

Enamel – the hard, outer layer of your teeth – is made of minerals like calcium phosphate. Enamel is harder than your bones. In fact, it's the hardest substance in ...

areteethbones.com

In other words, the enamel of our teeth is exposed to the exterior of our bodies. So, are teeth bones? If they aren't considered to be bones, how exactly are they ...

www.delawareonline.com/story/news/health/2013/05/07/you-were-wondering-are-teeth-bones/28936681

May 7, 2013 ... Teeth consist mostly of hard, inorganic minerals like calcium. They also contain nerves, blood vessels and specialized cells. But they are not ...

vesalius.northwestern.edu/chapters/FA.1.11.html

This numbering is applicable to both the upper and the lower group of teeth. The names of the teeth, like the varying nomenclatures of the other bones, are to be ...

wrightsmiles.com/the-differences-between-teeth-and-bones

Aug 5, 2014 ... Though they're still considered a part of your skeletal system, teeth possess properties far different from the 206 bones in your body, from how ...

www.reference.com/science/teeth-considered-bones-45aa199fcf93475f

Teeth are not considered bones, according to LiveScience. Bones have collagen while teeth do not, allowing bones to withstand pressure. Bones are not as ...