The incisors, cuspids, and bicuspids, have each but one root.
The first and second bicuspids have tubercular cusps, they being in line.
There is a gradation from central incisors toward the bicuspids, in evolution.
The lateral incisors, cuspids and bicuspids are still cone-shaped.
We have known of cases where cuspids, bicuspids, and molars have all been extracted.
Next behind the canines follow, on each side, two bicuspids.
The acid of the grapes, which our fathers ate, has acted on the enamel of our bicuspids and molars.
The tooth beyond on each side is an eye tooth, and the next two on each side are bicuspids, or premolars.
I'm in the sixties—sound of wind and limb—only two false teeth—one at each side, bicuspids, merely for show.
One good lady at ninety developed new teeth through belief in Neminism—incisors, cuspids, bicuspids, and one molar.