Teeth PNG

Teeth PNG

This gallery shows 30+ high-quality and best-resolution Teeth PNG Images, Vectors, Stickers, logos, Icons, and Clipart Pictures with transparent backgrounds. Free download all these Teeth PNG images for graphic design, projects, presentations, web design, editing, and other works.

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Human teeth are hard, calcified structures found in the mouths of humans. They play a vital role in biting, chewing, and speaking. Teeth are made up of several components, each with its own function.

Enamel: Enamel is the outermost layer of the tooth and is the hardest substance in the human body. It is a protective covering that helps shield the tooth’s inner layers from decay and damage. Enamel is primarily composed of minerals, mainly hydroxyapatite.
Dentin: Dentin is the layer beneath the enamel. It is less dense than enamel but still significantly supports the tooth structure. Dentin is a yellowish substance and contains tiny tubules that transmit sensations to the nerves inside the tooth.
Pulp: The pulp is the innermost part of the tooth. It is a soft, living tissue that contains blood vessels, nerves, and connective tissue. The pulp nourishes the tooth during its development and is responsible for its ability to sense temperature and pain.
Cementum: Cementum covers the tooth’s root and helps anchor it to the surrounding bone through a network of periodontal ligaments. It is a hard, bony substance that protects the root and assists in tooth support.
Root Canal: The root canal is a hollow channel that runs from the tip of the tooth’s root to the pulp chamber. It contains blood vessels and nerves, which supply the tooth with nutrients and sensory information.
Crown: The crown is the tooth’s visible part above the gumline. It is covered by enamel and is responsible for biting and chewing food.
Gumline: The gumline is where the tooth emerges from the gum tissue. It forms a seal around the tooth, protecting the underlying structures from bacteria and debris.

Human teeth come in different types and have specific functions:

Incisors: These are the sharp, chisel-shaped teeth at the front of the mouth. They are used for cutting and biting into food.
Canines: Canines are pointed teeth next to the incisors. They have a more prominent single cusp designed for tearing and grasping food.
Premolars (bicuspids): Premolars have two cusps between the canines and molars. They aid in grinding and crushing food.
Molars: Molars are large, flat teeth at the back of the mouth. They have several cusps and are responsible for grinding and chewing food.

Adult humans typically have 32 permanent teeth, including 8 incisors, 4 canines, 8 premolars, and 12 molars (including 4 wisdom teeth). The arrangement and number of teeth may vary slightly from person to person.

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