Researchers suggest integrating the labels with the diagram as closely as possible instead of separating them helps the students learn more about the structure. Labeling a diagram requires applying knowledge of a concept. It is an effective form of self-assessment, enabling students to check their understanding. As a right-hand thumb rule, a label is nothing but a word or phrase assigned to a specific part of a diagram to help the reader identify it. In the following teeth labeled diagram, we have shown Crown, Neck, and Root. These three parts have some important other parts, like Enamel, Dentine, Pulp Chamber, Gingiva, Root Canal, Cementum, Apical Foramen, and Alveolar Bone.