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The canine teeth are the smallest ones in the permanent dentition. The other types of teeth are incisors, premolars and molars.

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Q: Which teeth are the smallest ones in the permanent dentition?
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Which teeth are the smallest ones in the permanent dentitions?

mandibular central incisor

Which teeth in a child's mouth are the permanent ones.?

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What is the colour of milk teeth and permanent teeth?

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How do you know how many years the cow has by her teeth?

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