Types of Teeth
Each person has several different types of teeth. Each type has a unique name and different purpose. Teeth at the front of the mouth, and easier to see, called cutters. There are four incisors at the top and four at the bottom. Cutters are shaped like a tiny chisels with flat ends, sharp. These teeth are used for cutting and grinding of food. They are the first teeth to chew on most of the foods we eat. Sharp teeth on both sides are called cutters fangs. People just four fangs, two on top and two on the bottom.
Because they are sharp, they used to tear the food. Near the fangs premolars. You have eight molars in the four on the top and four at the bottom. They have a completely different shape than as incisors and canines. Because premolars bigger, stronger, and ranges - all this makes them ideal for crushing and grinding of food. Finally, have your teeth. You have eight of them four on the top and four at the bottom. Molars are strong teeth. They are broader and stronger than premolars, and they have longer ranges.
Molars work closely with your language to help you ingest food. Language sweeps chewed food to the back of the mouth where indigenous teeth grind him until he mashed potatoes and ready to swallow.
The age of twenty-four grow molars in the back of the mouth, one in each corner. This is the so-called wisdom teeth. People don't need the wisdom teeth now, as many years ago, these teeth were needed to help people to chew hard plants, which were an important part of the human diet. Now, many people get their wisdom teeth pulled by a dentist, the doctor who takes care of your teeth to keep them from crowding his other teeth.
The next time you eat, pay attention to what teeth do, what kind of jobs. Having a cookie? Cutters do a good job, biting at that tasty treat. How about a carrot? The molars get a job, and no teeth at the front. How about a slice of pizza or a piece of bread? Your fangs help you break the food, and your premolars and molars will help you grind that pepperoni pizza or a peanut butter and jelly...