protruding teeth

pro·trud·ing teeth

teeth extending beyond the normal contour of the dental arches; usually in an anterior direction.

pro·trud·ing teeth

(prō-trūding tēth)
Teeth extending beyond normal contour of dental arches; usually in an anterior direction.
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The arrest was solely on the ground that the suspect had protruding teeth and Sougat Mukherjee had protruding teeth.
This year's People's Choice Award went to Meatloaf, a bulldog mix with protruding teeth owned by Denae Pruner of Sacramento, California.
Doddy's wild hair, bewildered and protruding teeth made him recognisable.
In addition, presence of loose or protruding teeth, masses such as cystic hygroma or cysts in the mouth, mandibular size, and temporomandibular joint movement should also be taken into account.
Did you know most common orthodontic problems such as crowding of the teeth, gaps, protruding teeth, and bad bites can be inherited or caused by injury to the mouth, early or late loss of baby teeth, or thumb-sucking habits?
In particular, the suspect and Mukherjee are both said to have similar protruding teeth. Investigators have also been examining DNA evidence taken from the murder scene at the time.
He called the fearsome-looking specimen, with its bulging eyes and protruding teeth, Chilean sea bass, even though it's not a bass and doesn't swim off Chile's shores.
My best pal, George Wright, a builder of Catalina camps years ago, would bowhunt them after work and did in many tusked critters with considerable effectiveness, though once in a while he had to dash for a tree to save the rear of his camo pants from their sharp, protruding teeth. Big, true wild boars can be, and are, dangerous.
One of the girls was short, while the other one was tall with protruding teeth, Leuterio told the court.
According to the American Association of Orthodontists, you should schedule an appointment with an orthodontist if you see the following: Difficulty chewing or biting, mouth breathing, thumb or finger sucking, nail/lip biting or other oral habits, crowded, misplaced or blocked out teeth, missing teeth, jaws that shift, make sounds, protrude or are recessed, biting the cheek or biting into the roof of the mouth, protruding teeth, teeth that meet in an abnormal way or don't meet at all, facial imbalance or asymmetry, grinding or clenching of teeth, inability to comfortably close lips, impacted teeth.
The skulls' teeth and jaws are Neandertal-esque, with protruding teeth and no chin, hinting that chewing or using the mouth in a grasping, tool-like manner was important in becoming a Neandertal, Arsuaga says.