odonto-, odont-, odon-, -odont, -odonic, -odontic, -odontia, -odontoid; -dont, -donts, -dontia, -dontic, -dontoid

(Greek: tooth, teeth)

bunodont (adjective)
Mammals, including humans, pigs, bears, and raccoons, that have roughly quadrate cheek teeth with low, rounded cusps: "Species with bunodont teeth often have broad diets consisting of many different kinds of foods with different consistencies."

"In addition to hominids (Hominidae), bear (Ursidae), raccoons (Procyonidae), pigs (Suidae), and many other kinds of mammals have bunodont teeth."

cacodontia, cacodentia (s) (noun); cacodontias, cacodentias (pl)
Having bad or malformed teeth: Buster wore orthodontic braces for several years to correct his cacodontia in both his upper and lower jaws.
“Carcharodon (or shark-toothed) lizard” from Late Cretaceous period and found in what is now known as the Sahara Desert (southeastern Morocco in 1995). This lizard was named for the Greek (karkharodon, “jagged toothed”) Carcharodon, the great white shark. Named by German paleontologist Ernst Stromer von Reichenbach in 1931.
1. A canine tooth.
2. A tooth having one cusp or point.
dilambdodont (adjective)
An upper molar that is characterized by a well-developed W-shaped form: "Examples of mammals with dilambdodont teeth include shrews (Soricidae), moles (Talpidae), and many insectivorous bats; for example, Vespertilionidae."
A term said to have been coined by England's Prince Philip meaning, "the talent for putting one's foot into one's mouth".
Having impaired (bad) teeth.
1. Painful, difficult, or delayed eruption of teeth.
2. Painful or difficult dentition.
3. Difficulty or irregularity in the eruption of the teeth.
1. A branch of dentistry which deals with diseases of teeth roots, dental pulp, and surrounding tissue.
2. A branch of dentistry that treats diseases and injuries affecting the root tips or nerves of teeth and treatments of the root canals are common procedures for successful dental therapy.

Related "tooth, teeth" word units: bruxo-; dento-.