Medical Definition of Dens angularis

1. A tooth having a crown of thick conical shape and a long, slightly flattened conical root; there are two canine teeth in each jaw, one on either side adjacent to the distal surface of the lateral incisors, in both the deciduous and the permanent dentition. Synonym: dens caninus, canine, cuspid tooth, cuspidate tooth, cuspid, dens angularis, dens cuspidatus, eye tooth. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dens Angularis

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denoting
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denouement
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dens
dens angularis (current term)
dens bicuspidus
dens caninus
dens cuspidatus
dens deciduus
dens incisivus
dens lacteus
dens molaris
dens permanens
dens premolaris
dens sapientiae
dens serotinus
dens succedaneus

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