Hello doctor, I would like to ask, can my teeth still grow at the age of 14, my molars were loose before my molars had never been broken?
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Normally, every human being will have milk teeth and adult teeth. Milk graham teeth usually fall out at the age of 9 to 12 years and are replaced by adult teeth a few months later. Usually by 14 years of age like you, the graham teeth that are there are already adult teeth. Therefore, if today's teeth are dislodged, new teeth will not grow back.
However, this graham tooth growth may vary from person to person. There are also, in rare cases, milk graham teeth still missing by the age of 14. Or, it could be, a permanent graham tooth that falls out will be filled with gaps by the wisdom teeth (third graham teeth), which usually erupt at the age of 17 to 25 years.
If you feel that your teeth are experiencing problems, such as loose or loose teeth, you should see your dentist right away. If necessary, the doctor will perform an x-ray examination to examine the structure of your teeth in more detail. That way, the cause of the tooth loss can be determined and the best treatment is determined. If the loose tooth is a baby tooth, then extraction will generally take precedence. However, if the tooth is an adult tooth, then it is possible that the doctor will take other medical measures to maintain or keep the tooth gap from getting stretched.
In the meantime, focus on keeping your teeth and mouth clean, and avoid forcibly pulling out the loose teeth.
Hope it helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah