The Cause Of Baby Teeth Has Not Been Dated At The Age Of 16 Years?
I want to ask why the incisors below my teeth have not just come off while I am 16 years old, if my teeth are removed can my teeth still grow?
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Fixed incisors usually begin to grow at the age of 6 years. The growth of these fixed incisors will encourage milk teeth, so the milk teeth shake and fall out. Sometimes, baby teeth are not pushed and date by themselves, so the dentist needs help to pull it out. If you are 16 years old, it is necessary to confirm whether the incisors are permanent teeth or still teeth. You need to see a dentist for examination. If in doubt, the dentist will ask you for further tests, such as an x-ray. From the x-rays, it will be seen whether there are still permanent teeth that have not yet come out. The dentist will explain the condition of your teeth and what actions should be taken if necessary. Avoid pulling your own teeth because it might be a permanent tooth, so it will not grow again if the tooth is removed.
That's all information from me. I hope this helps.