Chewing discomfort may come from a twisting of the jaw or a mal-alignment further back along the jaw, past the canine teeth
After a more thorough examination unerupted maxillary canine teeth
Chelsea scale Satisfactory Unsatisfactory Total Satisfactory 24 1 25 Bergland scale Unsatisfactory 0 4 4 Total 24 5 29 Table 3: Analysis of the association between the eruption of permanent canine teeth
adjacent to the CLP (n = 13 erupted canines; n = 30 postgraft impacted canines) and the radiographic follow-up period, gender, and type and laterality of the CLP (Mann-Whitney U Test *; [alpha] [greater than or equal to] 0.
Bell makes clear in his writing that from his research the physical function of the "snarling muscles" are "quite peculiar to the ferocious and carnivorous animals" whose "sole office is to raise the upper lip from the canine teeth
As it happens, the latter species has considerably larger canine teeth
than does the bonobo--one of the prominent physical differences separating the two.
The so-called canine teeth
of a human are short and blunted while the canine teeth
on dogs and carnivores are long and sharp.
But it lacks primitive features such as a toothcomb, where the lower incisor and canine teeth
are elongated, crowded together and projected forward, and a special claw used for grooming.
Lions have smaller canine teeth
than saber-toothed cats did--but they have stronger jaws.
He felt numb from his head to his bare feet as he looked at the two long stabbing canine teeth
protruding from the beast's upper jaw.
Your canine teeth
should show when you smile but smiling too widely is undesirable.
If you're not sure whether your memo will be read by human eyes or eaten by canine teeth
, you might want to try taping that precious piece to the resident's door.
Humans also have canine teeth
, which help to tear meat.