Tooth Growth At The Age Of 15 Years?
hello, I want to ask, if the 15-year-old teeth shake can still grow? because the teeth had never fallen before
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In general, at the age of 13 years, all milk teeth will be separated and will be replaced by permanent teeth. There are only 4 permanent teeth that have not yet grown, namely the back of the 4 molars (the sides of each upper and lower) called the wisdom teeth. Wisdom teeth will grow in the age range of 17-21 years.
Now of course it needs to be confirmed first, whether the teeth that shake are milk teeth or permanent teeth. If the baby's teeth are rocking (the chances are that your baby teeth have not been released until now), then there is still a possibility that the tooth can grow back. However, if the tooth is permanent, the tooth will not grow again if it comes off.
If you are not sure, it is better to check with your dentist. The dentist will see and count your teeth to determine whether they are milk teeth or permanent teeth. If indeed a tooth that is rocking is a permanent tooth, your dentist can also take certain actions to stabilize the position of the tooth so it does not shake again.
It is better if it is not clear whether the teeth are baby teeth or permanent teeth, do not try to pull out the teeth. Don't play or push or shake your teeth with your tongue, make sure you don't chew from the side where the teeth shake. Avoid eating food that is hard and sticky for a while.
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