Is It Possible That Teeth Can Grow Back After 4 Times Removed?
I want to ask at once a story. I have a magical front, this is the 4th time date. The first date at the age of 2-4 years seems. At that time I cried and banged with my cat’s head until my teeth fell out. Then it grows, and the elementary school class 2 if there are no more 3 dates and grows again, then when junior high school dates and grows again. When I was in middle school I was worried about being toothless, but it turned out I wasn’t. Well, today is a date and is now toothless. **Is it possible? Teeth grow only 2x is a myth? Or my case is a separate case.
Hello Herjan, Thank you for the question.
Normally, humans will have baby teeth which are later dated and replaced with permanent teeth. Or in other words, tooth growth (each tooth) will occur twice, namely milk teeth and permanent teeth. This is not a myth. The growth of baby teeth in each tooth will be different and in each person will also be different. Similarly, the date of each milk tooth and the time of permanent tooth growth. Milk teeth will date when someone is still a child and usually do not remember well about when the tooth is out of date or whether the missing teeth are the same teeth. Children's milk teeth generally start on the date when children are 6-7 years old which are then replaced with teeth permanent. It may be that you don't remember well about the growth and date of your teeth or you do have a birth defect that causes you to have more teeth; this condition is known as hyperdontia or supernumerary teeth. If you still have further questions about the condition of your teeth, it is recommended that you consult with your dentist so that the doctor can examine your teeth, including taking x-rays of your teeth. The doctor will also suggest further treatment of your tooth that has been dated which can be in the form of the use of dentures, bridges, or dental implants.
Hopefully this information helps you.