The New Upper Incisors Develop At The Age Of 19?
I am age 19th, one of my upper front teeth which beside 2 new incisors are growing out. I don’t remember whether these teeth have been lost or not when I was a child, but from what I read, baby teeth only change once into adult teeth. Is it normal for new teeth to grow now? Because usually 4 incisors usually grow at the age of 7-10 years
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Every human being has 2 sets of teeth, which are milk teeth and permanent teeth. Baby teeth are teeth that grow first, and are then replaced by permanent teeth over time. Once a tooth has been replaced by a permanent tooth, if the permanent tooth falls out, breaks or falls out, no natural tooth will replace it. When viewed using X-rays, this is the position of the teeth on our skull.
So, the newly grown teeth don't just develop when the underlying teeth fall out, but they are already 'stored' there. When the teeth underneath do not fall out, the 'stored' teeth can grow late, shift from their proper position, appear only slightly, or even not appear at all. So that regarding your question, this condition is completely normal and you don't need to worry.
Of course, if the newly grown tooth is pressing on the surrounding teeth and causing pain, you should check with your dentist for the problem and the most appropriate treatment. So, hopefully it answers your question.