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Comparison of Primary (Baby) and Permanent Teeth
This stock medical illustration compares the anatomy of the upper and lower primary (baby) and permanent teeth. The primary teeth include the central and lateral incisors, cuspids (canines) and first and second molars. Permanent teeth include central and lateral incisors, cuspids (canines), bicuspids (premolars) and first, second and third molars.