Frogs have some teeth on their upper jaws.

Maxillary TeethEdit

Frogs have a very small ridge of cone teeth that are located around the upper edge of the frogs jaw.

Vomerine TeethEdit

Vomerine Teeth are often in frogs, and are located on the roof on the frogs mouth.


  • The only reason the teeth are useful is for holding their prey in place. They usually swallow their meals whole, by squishing their eyeballs down.
  • Toads have no teeth.