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incisor

a chisel-edged tooth at the front of the mouth. In man there are four in each jaw

incisor

[in′sīz·ər]
(anatomy)
A tooth specialized for cutting, especially those in front of the canines on the upper jaw of mammals.
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Factors affecting the time of onset of resorption in avulsed and replanted incisor teeth in children.
Treatment of traumatically intruded permanent incisor teeth in children.
Striant SR is a unique formulation of native testosterone delivered in a small patch-like tablet which adheres to the buccal mucosa, the small, natural depression in the mouth where the gum meets the upper lip above the incisor teeth.
If your child is on a liquid medication now, check the upper incisor teeth for any discoloration.
The maxillary incisor teeth were noted to be loose but correctly positioned, prior to and immediately after intubation.
Tusks are incisor teeth that elephants use for digging through material such as soil and tree roots in their search for food.
The scan also showed he had the typical overbite characteristic of other kings from his family, large incisor teeth and his lower teeth were slightly misaligned.
It has been postulated that the mylohyoid nerve might have a role in the sensory innervation of the chin and the lower incisor teeth while the role of the mylohyoid nerve in the mandibular posterior tooth sensation is still a controversial issue.
There are two subdivisions of the class II relationship that apply to the positions of the incisor teeth.
Its skull and jaws are heavy to support the four' large bright-orange incisor teeth (two on top, two on bottom).
We checked her mouth, as she keeps cleaning it, to find that one of her top incisor teeth is missing.