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

(Greek: tooth, teeth)

endodontitis
endodontitist
exodontia
exodontist (s) (noun), exodontists (pl)
A dentist who specializes in the extraction of teeth.
exodontology (s) (noun)
The branch of dentistry concerned with the extraction of teeth.
gerodontics
1. The practice of dentistry among old people.
2. A reference to changes in the dental tissues that come with age.
3. The branch of dentistry focusing on the needs of senior citizens.
4. Also called dental geriatrics and geriodontics.
gerodontist, geriodontist
A dentist specializing in gerodontics.
gerodontology
The study of dentistry in relation to the aging, aged, or elderly.
haplodont
heterodont
Having teeth of different kinds or forms (incisors, canines, and molars), as most mammals.
Heterodontosaurids
These “different-teeth lizards”, from Early Jurassic southern Africa, where small, early bird-hipped bipeds resembling Fabrosaurids, their likely ancestors.
Heterodontosaurus
A “differently-toothed lizard” or “mixed-teeth lizard”; from Early Jurassic South Africa’s Cape Province. Named by English paleontologists Alfred W. Crompton and Alan J. Charig in 1962.
holodont
homodont
Used to describe vertebrates that have teeth that are all similar in shape and not of different shapes as in most non-mammalian vertebrates.
hypnodontia
The study of hypnosis in dentistry.

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