Milk Teeth Are Left Behind?
Hello, I’m still a 17 year old teenager.
Hello Nananon, Thank you for the question.
Which part of the milk tooth has not been dated? Have you ever consulted with a dentist? Milk tooth growth starts from the age of 6 months to 1 year. The development of milk teeth is not the same between one child and another child. Tooth milk growth also occurs gradually. Similarly, when the baby teeth are dated, the teeth will be gradually phased in starting from the age of 6-7 years until entering the age of 10-12 years. The missing baby teeth will be replaced with permanent teeth. Milk teeth that have not been dated will inhibit the growth of permanent teeth. You should immediately consult a dentist directly. The dentist will examine your teeth and suggest dental x-rays to determine whether it is true that your permanent teeth have not yet grown because you still have baby teeth that have not been dated. If true, usually the dentist will do a tooth extraction to open the way so that permanent teeth can grow. Please discuss more with the dentist.
In the meantime, please keep your teeth clean by brushing your teeth twice a day and using an antiseptic mouthwash if necessary.
Hopefully this information is useful.