Good afternoon, I just extracted my graham teeth and this is the first extraction, can my graham teeth grow again or not? Love
Hello Habib, Thank you for the question.
Which molar teeth are removed? Have you asked your dentist further before doing this tooth extraction? The growth and date of baby teeth will be different in each person and different for each tooth. The missing baby teeth will be replaced by permanent teeth. Molar teeth are usually dated when you are a teenager. Even though this is the first tooth extraction procedure, if it has been dated before, then the tooth is a permanent tooth. If you extract permanent teeth, there will no longer be new tooth growth.
In the upper jaw and lower jaw, the first large molars generally date at the age of 9-11 years and the second large molars date at the age of 10-12 years. Thus, if you are an adult, chances are your molars have been dated before and replaced with permanent teeth. Extracted teeth are very likely permanent teeth so they cannot grow back.
Please consult further with your dentist regarding further management of this empty gum. To overcome this condition, doctors can recommend the use of dentures, bridges, or dental implants. Please discuss more about the procedure that is more suitable for your condition.
Hopefully this information is useful.