1 Molar Dentition At 12-13 Years Of Age?

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My first molar was very painful at the age of 12-13 years around grade 4-6 sd and after that it was porous and broken at the age of 14 years. What are the prongs? But my body is fertile and fat 😂 whether the teeth grow is not affected by the body? Are they natural or milk teeth? Please answer thx

1 Answer:

Hi Ridho,

The first permanent molars grow at the age of 6-7 years. Your broken teeth at the age of 12-13 years are permanent molars, not baby teeth anymore.

Your teeth and weight are not related. You can be thin but have strong teeth and healthy, or vice versa.

So yes, hope it helps

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