I don't feed my dog bones.
She hasn't broken any teeth on them - but she could. If the bone is too hard - the dog can break their teeth.
Our main problem is splinters and fat. Our vet recommended various kinds of bones, and none of them were safe with my dog. Ie shed break them up into 20 cent sized sharp edged pieces, which would return at either end with extremely unpleasant consequences, usually at 3am.
Chicken wings you say - Nope. Fed her one of these in the morning. Got in the car for big drive a few hours later... and later that night about 12 hours or so after she ate the chicken wing, it all came back up to haunt us, like pink cake icing - I can't look at that stuff any more.
So no chicken wings for evil hound either.
We occasionally eat a dentastix, a small piece of raw meat, or carrot, or rawhide chip, or roo chew (dried roo jerky).