Spanish word for Tooth

The Spanish word for “tooth” is “diente”.

How to pronounce “diente” in Spanish:

Sounds like – de-ayn’-tay
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Translation for teeth in Spanish

dientes = teeth in Spanish

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Practice the Spanish translation for “tooth” using these sentences:

Example 1:
I need to buy more tooth paste.

Necesito comprar más pasta de dientes.

Example 2:
The baby has only one tooth.

El bebé sólo tiene un diente.

Example 3:
Baby teeth start to fall by age 6.

Los dientes de leche comienzan a caerse a los 6 años.

Example 4:
I have a toothache.

Me duele un diente.

Do you know the Spanish word for “molar”?

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  • Dave

    The English word “molar”, is also “molar” in Spanish.

    For example:

    The dentist removed my molar

    El dentista me quitó molar

  • Laurapcnd_10

    mis dientes son muy blancos

  • DC

    uno de mis dientes había un canal de raíz este año : one of my teeth had a root canal this year

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