Category: Dental Anatomy

This set of articles covers the structure, look, and classification of human teeth. Dental anatomy is about more than just teeth, though.

This area of study also covers the mouth, tongue, and jaw. Topics like dental occlusion and DNA will also be covered here.

Wisdom Teeth

January 5th, 2018 by

There’s something curious about wisdom teeth. They’re not like baby teeth or permanent teeth. They come on the scene much later than other teeth. They may grow in between the ages of 17 and 25. Why They’re Called “Wisdom Teeth” […]

DNA & Teeth

April 25th, 2017 by

Each year, we celebrate National DNA Day on April 25. It’s a day that Congress and the National Human Research Institute set aside to: Celebrate the anniversary of the Human Genome Project Share the latest advances in genomic research with […]

National Toothache Day

February 9th, 2017 by

National Toothache Day is Something to Smile About Following a solid oral hygiene routine and taking preventative measures will keep your mouth looking and feeling its best. It will help you avoid the need for uncomfortable and time consuming trips […]

Oral Health: What Does It Encompass?

January 13th, 2017 by

The Wide World of Oral Health We often think of oral health as being synonymous with dental health, but our mouth consists of much more than teeth; we have the gums, tongue, and jaw to worry about as well. If you […]

How Each Tooth Affects Your Life Story

March 23rd, 2016 by

Your teeth go beyond your oral health. Your mouth is the window to your entire body’s condition. It shows signs of nutritional deficiencies and other problems. When your mouth has issues, you may face high risks of developing heart disease, […]