Teeth

Teething is the process by which an infant's first teeth (the deciduous teeth, often called "baby teeth" or "milk teeth") appear by emerging through the gums, typically arriving in pairs.

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Bizarre egg-laying mammals once ruled Australia—then lost their teeth

This Start-Up Wants You to Put Custom Bacteria on Your Teeth

Sea otters use tools to open hard-shelled prey, saving their teeth, research reveals

Scientists develop a groundbreaking new drug that makes your teeth regrow

NSF awards $630000 to study teeth of non-human primates - EurekAlert

These Massive, Extinct Salmon Had Spiky Teeth Like a Warthog’s Tusks. For decades, scientists thought the teeth pointed downward, similar to those of a saber-toothed cat, but now they believe the fish’s chompers jutted out sideways.

Vikings Filed Grooves Into Their Teeth as an Unusual Form of ID

Four Jurassic Fossils Help Explain How We Got Our Ears And Teeth

'How do you brush your teeth in space?' Canadian astronaut tackles questions from B.C. kids

Baring Teeth: The Long Battle Over Fluoride Comes to a Head

Fossil named 'Attenborough's strange bird' was the first in its kind without teeth

Small dogs are more likely to have an extra row of teeth like sharks

Extinct Shark’s Teeth Had Their Own Needle-Like Fangs

A snake’s teeth predict how fast it will strike

A Dentist Reveals What Happens to Your Teeth as You Get Older

Canine Teeth in Marsupial Carnivores Erupt Continuously Through Life, Study Suggests

Scientists Find a Tumor Made of Teeth in The Pelvis of an Ancient Egyptian

The Most Effective Way to Floss Your Teeth Requires Just Three Easy Steps

Japanese Company Testing Drug to Regrow Teeth in Humans

Tiny 'Ice Mouse' With Teeth The Size of Sand Grains Lived Alongside The Dinosaurs