The Possibility Of Molars That Have Come Out At The Age Of 10 Can Grow Back?
, I am 10 years old, my molars are removed on March 8, 2019. This is the first molars that have come out in my mouth. Can my molars grow again or not?
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Teeth that begin to grow from infancy until they experience detachment at a certain age (generally in adolescence) are called milk teeth, where each milk tooth has its own time when it will experience removal. Removing molars as you are experiencing now, is a normal process, where this release can generally occur at the age of 9-11 years.
Milk teeth themselves, are temporary teeth, where if they experience removal, they will be replaced with new teeth that grow are called permanent teeth where these teeth are permanent, so if the permanent teeth are fully grown then experiencing removal or damage one day, the tooth will be damaged or lost forever and no new teeth will grow to replace the tooth.
Therefore, for now you do not need to worry because the removal of your teeth is now the removal of baby teeth which will then be replaced by permanent teeth until you mature. But, still to always take care of your dental hygiene, even though the milk teeth will disappear altogether, but it is highly recommended to implement a good way to clean teeth early on. Also visit your dentist to get a routine check on the condition of your teeth.
I hope this helps.