The average adult has thirty two teeth by eighteen to twenty years of age; sixteen teeth on the top and sixteen teeth on the bottom. Each tooth in the mouth has a specific name and function. The teeth in the front of the mouth are ideal for grasping and biting food into smaller pieces while the back teeth, or molar teeth, are used to grind food up into a consistency suitable for swallowing.
Each tooth consists of two parts: the crown and the root. The crown is visible in the mouth while the roots that support the tooth are firmly anchored in the jaw bone. The gingiva, or gum tissue, is a protective skin that clings to the necks of the teeth and covers the bone that holds the teeth. The molar teeth are located in the back of the mouth and may have two or three roots. The other teeth have one root. The last of the molar teeth, called third molars or wisdom teeth, develop in the bones of the upper and lower jaws and are the last teeth to form and erupt into the mouth (figure 1). There are usually four wisdom teeth, one on the upper and lower on each side of the mouth. They are the teeth farthest back in the mouth and they may also be the most difficult to clean even if they erupt into the proper position.
Dr. Mancino’s staff is among the most highly trained and caring Hygienists and Registered Dental Assistants. The office is impeccably clean and highly efficient. Our team only uses the most advanced technology and materials when it comes to your dental health. Dr. Mancino believes that Cosmetic Dentistry has changed the lives of many of his patients because they look younger and feel better about themselves.
Dr. Mancino’s office is conveniently located from anywhere in Monmouth and Ocean Counties. We invite you to call for your complimentary consultation (A $250.00 Value) to see how your smile can be dramatically improved or to discuss any of your other dental needs.
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Club Memberships are payable monthly by direct debit. We follow the Kent County Schools calendar. There is no contract. Members receive free access to weekly piano lessons, choir, arts groups, film and production training and performance opportunities. Members will also receive discounts on extended daycare and holiday camps and some qualifications.
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