Tooth Growth At The Age Of 12 Years.?

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Hello, good afternoon, my name is Figo. I have a tooth that has dislodged teeth. I am 12 years old, can it grow again? I’m sure my teeth are baby teeth because they haven’t come off at all. Can they grow again?

1 Answer:

Hello Figo, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.


Substitution of baby teeth into permanent teeth in children generally occurs from the age of 6 years to the age of 12 years. generally tooth changes occur only 1 time. therefore, if the tooth that is removed is a baby tooth it will be able to grow permanent teeth as a replacement, but if the tooth that is released is a permanent tooth naturally the tooth cannot grow back.


If within a few days there are no signs of new tooth growth, it's a good idea to see your dentist for further examination.


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