Crown, part above gum. Has thick outer layer called enamel.Neck, part between crown and root. Provides direct contact with gum.Root, part within the jaw. Forms the cover called cementum.
Enamel, Dentine, Pulp Cavity, Blood Vessels, Nerves, and Fibres.
Enamel is the surface of a tooth, part of which is exposed Made up of a hard substance that contains calcium phosphate. Dentine is the bone like structure that surrounds the pulp cavity.Made up of tiny channels containing living cells Makes the tooth sensitive. Pulp cavity is in the middle of a tooth . It has soft tissues containing blood vessels and nerves
After a meal, bacteria in the mouth feed on any sugar present and turn it into acids. Acids eats the teeth and cause cavities. Nerves are found in the pulp cavity They make the tooth more sensitive Blood vessels are found in the pulp cavity.Blood vessels supply a tooth with oxygen and nutrients
University of sulaimaniaSchool of scienceDp:biology Practical comparative anatomy Prepared by; HUMAN TEETH Sherzad.qadir abdullah
Teeth are Made of: The hard material of the tooth is composed of calcium, phosphorus, and other mineral salts. The material in the majority of the tooth is called dentine. The hard, shiny layer that you brush is called the enamel.
Human You have teeth soTeeth bite, crush or break your food. that you can Teeth help to break down food so that your digestive system can get the nutrients out of the food. You need energy to stay alive. Humans are omnivores. They eat plants and meat In adult humans there are 32 permanent teeth.
TYPES OF TEETH AND FUNCTIONINCISORS wide, flat, sharp cutting edge and snipping foodCANINE Shaped like daggers and used for cutting gripping,ripping food. sometimes called eyeteeth.MOLARS AND PREMOLARS Flat surface used for grinding molar teeth large but pre-molar is smaller
cavities caused Bacteria causes a build up of plaque.Plaque acid attacks the tooth The tooth eventually rots away
Brush your teeth twice a dayTry not to eat too many sweets Visit the dentist twice a year
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