Molar Tooth Growth At The Age Of 10 Years?
, I once asked my parents to say something like this: milk molars if they come off can’t grow anymore. I have also asked this question to ALODOKTER. One doctor said that he could grow more molar teeth, I was confused which one was really my parents or HealthReplies.com. So if you lose your milk molars, can you grow again or not?
Hello Clement, thank you for asking back at HealthReplies.com.
Milk teeth are teeth that first grew when you were a baby, and will come off in time. In your case, normal molar teeth will begin to appear at the age of 13-19 months, and will experience a general release at the age of 9-12 years.
In principle, if a tooth falls out, it will be replaced by a permanent tooth, which is a tooth that grows in the place where the milk tooth was before and it will stay there for a lifetime, unless there are certain conditions that make it loose or damaged and thus require extraction. If this permanent tooth is damaged or removed, it will not be replaced by any more teeth.
Therefore, regarding your question, if it is true that your loose molar teeth are milk teeth, naturally normal, your teeth will be replaced by permanent teeth. But if the molars are loose teeth are permanent teeth, the teeth will not grow again. To ensure this, you can try to consult with your dentist about the current condition of your teeth. You can also read more about removing baby teeth in the following article: removal of baby teeth.
I hope this helps.