There is nothing trivial about teeth, but here is quiz about some trivia about teeth. As always, drag your cursor over the answers which are printed in invisible ink.
How many teeth in a full adult set?
How many adults have a full set?
What are the types of teeth?
Incisors, cuspids, bicuspids, molars
What the third molars called?
Why are they called that?
Because they come in after you are adult…supposedly wise
What is a tooth “coming in” called?Erupting
What are cares?
What are crowns?
The tops of teeth…real or artificial
What are snakes’ teeth called?
What are Incisors for?
What are canine teeth for?
What are Molars for?
What is the hard surface called?
What holds the teeth to the jaw?
What is an extraction?
Pulling a tooth
What are deciduous teeth called?
How many deciduous teeth do you get?
How many “sets” of teeth do you get?
Where do deciduous teeth go?
Under your pillow for the tooth fairy.
What does the tooth fairy leave?
Penny, nickel, dime, quarter, dollar, or five dollar gold piece, depending on how rich your parents are.
What is “hounds’ tooth”?
What are you doing when you “look a gift horse in the mouth?”
Checking his teeth to see how old he is.
Why is it not good “to look a gift horse in the mouth”?
It is like looking for price tag on a present…it is rude.
Do fish have teeth?
Some do, sharks for instance.
Do clams have teeth?
Do hens have teeth?
What are “hens teeth”?
Scarce items or things there are none of. You might hear someone say, “Really good television shows are scarcer than hen’s teeth”
What is Sensodyne?
Toothpaste that makes your teeth less sensitive to heat or cold.
A drop of what oil sometimes stops toothache.
I forget, but someone will remind me. Check the comments