The incisors, cuspids, and bicuspids, have each but one root.
The lateral incisors, cuspids and bicuspids are still cone-shaped.
We have known of cases where cuspids, bicuspids, and molars have all been extracted.
The cuspids are not unlike the lower cuspids with a rudimentary lingual cusp.
Fig. 77 illustrates the centrals with two rudimentary cusps, the laterals with one, and the cuspids with one also.
To understand why they are generally found within the arch, the shape of the molar and cuspids must be kept in mind.
Fig. 58 shows three supernumerary teeth—a cone-shaped tooth between the central laterals, and the cuspids out of position.
The right lateral missing, the cuspids are erupting in the vault and the dental arch is assuming a V-shape.
One good lady at ninety developed new teeth through belief in Neminism—incisors, cuspids, bicuspids, and one molar.