He had only one tooth, and he ate by using his thumb as a second incisor.
One source told Orth that Cruise brought in his hairstylist for Boniadi and wanted her incisor teeth filed down.
These incisor teeth, are heavily enameled with a sharp cutting edge and keep growing continuously.
Its tusks are not large, and are shaped like the incisor teeth.
The second incisor of the left side is missing and the crowns of the grinding teeth are much worn.
A molar, a bicuspid, a canine, and an incisor were laid in succession on the table.
They were perfect, with one exception—a spot of white caries on the lateral surface of an incisor.
In some cases the incisor teeth are drawn, to prevent them from biting.
The genus has an incisor less in each half of each jaw than Phoca and Halichoerus.
This also, however, appears to have been a "labrosulcium;" an ulcer between the lips and the incisor teeth.
"cutting tooth," 1670s, from Medieval Latin incisor "a cutting tooth," literally "that which cuts into," from Latin incisus, past participle of incidere (see incision). Inscisours as the name of a cutting tool is attested from early 15c.
incisor in·ci·sor (ĭn-sī'zər)
Any of the four teeth adapted for cutting or gnawing, having a chisel-shaped crown and a single conical root and located in the front part of both jaws in both deciduous and permanent dentitions.