A tooth is generally described as possessing a crown, neck, and root. Top view of a tooth.; 1. Central Nippers, worn to a plain surface.; 2. next pair still sowing a slight remnant of the cavity.; 3. Corner nippers, showing the mark plainly enough.; 4. Tushes, more worn down that in the lower jaw of the six-year-old mouth.
GalleriesHuman Teeth and Jaws
W. Morrant Baker and Vincent Dormer Harris, Hand-Book of Physiology (Philadelphia:P. Blakiston, Son & Co., 1892) 76 right