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Top 524 Doctors for Canine Teeth in Lahore

0% 1 patient

Dr. M.Asim Habib Vohra

B.D.S, Laser Certification (USA)

Implantologist, Dentist

20 years experience
91% 14 patients

Dr. M. Sohail Saeed

BDS (Gold Medalist)

Dentist

29 years experience
Under 15 min wait
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100% 22 patients

Dr. Muhammad Awais Arif

M.B.B.S, Master of Science in Public Health, Diploma in Dermatology and Dermatosurgery, Fellowship Training in Cutaneous and Laser Surgery, Diplomate American Board of Laser Surgery

Dermatologist, Laser Specialist, Cosmetologist

10 years experience
Under 15 min wait

Dr. Muhammad Awais Arif

M.B.B.S, Master of Science in Public Health, Diploma in Dermatology and Dermatosurgery, Fellowship Training in Cutaneous and Laser Surgery, Diplomate American Board of Laser Surgery

Dermatologist, Laser Specialist, Cosmetologist

10 years experience
Under 15 min wait
80% 5 patients

Dr. Sahrish Jabeen

BDS, MDS

Endodontist, Dentist

7 years experience
Under 15 min wait
0% 0 patient

Dr. Shoaib Ahmed

BDS (Gold Medalist), FCPS

Dentist, Orthodontist

2 years experience
100% 12 patients

Dr. Shahdab Haq

BDS, MDS, C-Ortho

Dentist

12 years experience
Under 15 min wait

What is Canine Teeth?

Canine teeth, also known as cuspids, dog teeth, fangs are relatively long, pointed teeth. Often the largest and pointiest teeth in mammals, they are used for holding food to tear it apart and for biting. Most mammals have four canine teeth each, two on the upper jaw and two on the lower jaw.

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Canine teeth, also known as cuspids, dog teeth, fangs are relatively long, pointed teeth. Often the largest and pointiest teeth in mammals, they are used for holding food to tear it apart and for biting. Most mammals have four canine teeth each, two on the upper jaw and two on the lower jaw.