The Process Of Changing Milk Teeth To Permanent Teeth?
How is the process of deciduous teeth falling out? please explain
Deciduous teeth or milk teeth are teeth that the body begins in infancy. Later the milk teeth will fall out and be replaced by permanent teeth. There are 20 milk clusters, namely 8 incisors, 4 canines, and 8 front molars (premolars).
The growth and loss of baby teeth is certainly not always the same in every child. The following is the average age at which baby teeth fall out:
Front incisors aged 6-7 years Side incisors aged 7-8 years Canines aged 9-12 years First molars 9-11 years Second front molars 10-12 years After the baby teeth fall out, permanent teeth will grow for some time then, it could be a few weeks to a few months afterward. There are 32 permanent teeth in total. If a permanent tooth falls out, no other tooth will replace it. If you want a more detailed explanation, you can discuss it directly with your dentist or from literature in books and journals.
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