Milk Teeth Have Not Been Dated At The Age Of 19 Years?
Hello doctor, I’m Imas. Want to ask in general the front incisors that people are 8 (4 above 4 below). But, my lower incisors only have 3, and the middle teeth grew first and are still around today, when I am 19 years old. Does the tooth extract a new tooth or not? Continue to like if the milk teeth are extracted, I should use stirrup or what? Thanks
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Substitution of baby teeth into permanent or permanent teeth generally occurs at the age of 6-13 years periodically. But in certain cases, some baby teeth remain and are not replaced by permanent teeth or tooth replacement occurs late.
Therefore, it is a good idea to check with your dentist to get further evaluation related to your condition, and if necessary, a panoramic x-ray examination can be done to see the structure of your teeth before extraction.
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