Skip to product information
1 of 2

Paul Kim

Universal Numbering System (permanent teeth) (English)

Universal Numbering System (permanent teeth) (English)

Although referred to as the universal numbering system, this notation is mostly used within the United States only, and is therefore also known as the American/ADA system (American Dental Association). For the permanent dentition, the numbers 1-32 are used where the maxillary right third molar is number ‘1’. The numbers then run sequentially along the maxillary dental arch with the maxillary left third molar numbered as tooth 16. The sequence continues onto the mandibular dental arch, beginning with the mandibular left third molar which receives the number 17; the numbers continue along the mandibular arch until the mandibular right third molar (tooth 32).
  • Science

    License for academic purposes such as theses, research publishing and the scientific discourse

  • Education

    License for educational purposes, live teaching, presentations, handouts and exam papers

  • Commerce

    License for commercial purposes, editorial use, broadcast and video, website and social media

  • Please visit our License page to find out which license is best for you.
  • The extended usage unlocks additional ways to use our illustrations. Check the license terms for more info.

Regular price $7.56 USD
Regular price Sale price $7.56 USD
Sale Sold out
View full details
Content type
File size
84.66 KB
2 MP