A dental formula consists of eight numbers, four above and four below a horizontal line. The numbers represent (from left to right) the numbers of incisors, canines, premolars, and molars in either half of the upper and lower jaws. The total number of teeth in both jaws is therefore obtained by adding up all the numbers in the dental formula and multiplying by 2 .
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Dental formula for human adult is 2123/2123 in this formula first digit represent I(incisors) ,next to that represent C(canines) ,and third pm (premolars) , fourth m(molars ). 
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the formula is 2123/2123