Can The Front Teeth Be Pulled … Grow Again Or Not?
Hello … my doctor is 6 years old … dpnx milk teeth have been dated … try new teething on the gums..someth is out … how can it be removed ??
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In humans there are two types of teeth, namely milk teeth and permanent teeth (permanent teeth). Milk teeth usually grow appearing at the age of 8-12 months and there are 20 of them. Milk teeth will slowly date at the age of 6-7 years and replaced with permanent teeth with a total of 32 teeth as an adult later.
Permanent teeth or permanent teeth after being extracted will not grow again and if there is a condition where it is required to remove permanent teeth due to infection or other disorders then your doctor may suggest using dentures to be able to replace the teeth. If you have problems with permanent teeth or permanent teeth you should consult a dentist, because the doctor needs additional information about your complaint and also a direct physical examination. Don't forget to take care of your dental health, brush your teeth twice a day, and regularly check your dental health every six months.
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