Teeth do not reproduce in the human population. Teeth are bones and are not materials that are considered to be reproductive.
No, teeth aren't bones.
calcium are your bones and teeth
In the skeletal system, but are not considered bones because of their enamel and dentin.
Your teeth are considered part of the skeletel system but are not classified as bones as they are made of enamel and dentin
Not really considered organs but bones and teeth are the main parts of it.
Yes. Teeth are actually bones!
No teeth are not bones
yes. it deterierates the teeth and bones
98% in bones and teeth
No. Teeth are bones. Bones are not made out of eggshells.
Teeth are not organs, they are bones. I do not know if that helps a lot, but I do know that teeth are bones.
Calcium and magnesium are both found in the teeth and bones of vertebrates. Both of these elements are essential for strong bones and teeth. A deficiency in either one can cause weaker bones and teeth.
No. Teeth are made of dentin, dental pulp and enamel. Bones are made of calcium. Teeth are not the same as bones.
No,because teeth are bones,people don't have hair on their bones.
Calcium (Ca) is that mineral which builds bones and teeth.
Yes it does. The jaw is considered in the mouth but that's not all. Teeth are bones also. its a special type of bone but it is in fact a bone. hope i help.ed
Because your teeth is made out of the same material as your bones is made and your bones are White But I do not know why your bones are White.
No, teeth are bones.
Teeth are bones.
Calcium, such as milk, keeps your bones and teeth strong.
because it has calcium in it which is good for our bones and teeth.
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Calcium makes bones and teeth strong as it is like the enamel coating your teeth and bones.