The Molars Do Not Appear At The Age Of 14 Years?
In the past, my teeth were sore and porous and finally they fell out at the age of 14 years and at that time it was 1 month there were no signs of growth, were there real teeth ???
Teeth are one part of the mouth that is quite important, especially for chewing food. As a child, humans have up to 20 teeth, commonly known as baby teeth, which are divided into 10 each in the upper and lower jaw. These teeth are composed of 4 incisors, 2 canines, and 4 molars.
The teeth will be removed and replaced by 32 permanent teeth with 16 teeth in each upper and lower jaw. Most children will have 28 permanent teeth by age 13, consisting of 8 incisors, 4 canines, 8 front molars, and 8 rear molars. At the age of 6 - 7 years will begin to grow permanent molars, which are usually considered the same as baby teeth. Therefore, these teeth must be well preserved because they cannot be replaced. And at the age of 17-21 years, the last molars will usually appear, although usually abnormal or non-growing growth can also occur.
If you are unsure about the teeth you mean, you can go to the doctor, especially the dentist, to be evaluated directly on what teeth you mean. If needed, the doctor may recommend an x-ray examination to determine whether the teeth you mean are permanent teeth or if there are teeth that have not yet grown.
I hope this helps.