Dental Diagrams

If you are looking for printable dental diagrams to help your study on teeth or dental care, or if you are going to see a dentist and need to look up the terms on the teeth anatomy to point out the problem, you can use these diagrams. Teeth names in human mouth are given according to their anatomic shape or letter or number. Their names should be recognized fully to avoid confusion and to facilitate quality dental care. You can choose the diagrams in the following images and pay attention to each term of the dental anatomy shown in the diagram.

baby dental diagram
baby dental diagram
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Teeth vary in size, shape and their location in the jaws. They are arranged symmetrically in the mouth, and it is possible to know them by names. You can look at the dental diagram above that there are there are four-second molars, naming the quadrant (right mandibular) which specifies the second molar makes it easy to recognize. Explore more about human teeth names and their functions in the following diagrams.

dental diagram anatomy
dental diagram anatomy
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dental diagram human teeth
dental diagram human teeth
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On the baby dental diagram, you can notice that people usually have 20 baby (primary) teeth, which start to come in at about 6 months of age. Teeth also have number/letter designations. There are several types of designation/identification systems, but the most common is the Universal System where the permanent dentition is numbered from the 1-32 beginning with the maxillary right third molar.

dental diagram molar
dental diagram molar
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dental diagram numbering
dental diagram numbering
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There are four classes of teeth namely: incisors, canines, premolars and wisdom teeth. It is useful to study and learn dental number to know the name and functions so that you can take care of your teeth. You can save and print all of the sheets, just click and you are set!