The 1st Premolar Was Pulled Out. Can It Grow Back?

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Hello, my 1st premolar was pulled out. Can it grow back? I am 14 years old

1 Answer:

Regards,

From the information you have conveyed, if premolar teeth at the age of 14 years should have been permanent teeth, so these teeth should not grow again if they come off.

In general, first premolar baby teeth fall off at the age of 11 years, and permanent teeth appear at about 10-12 years of age. Therefore, it is possible that this loose tooth will not grow back, unless it is a baby tooth that just fell out when you were 14 years old.

To be sure, you can talk to your parents to consult directly with a dentist. The doctor can evaluate the condition of your teeth and can plan radiological examinations to determine whether there are permanent tooth germs at your current age.

With all the tests performed, the doctor can provide information regarding the possibility of developing your permanent teeth.

That is the information we can convey, read also dentition.

Dr.Ulfi

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