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How long dose it take for a permanent tooth to grow out completely?

How long dose it take for a permanent tooth to grow out completely?

Depends: There is no true time to say like 3 mnths or 6 months or anything like that. If it appears to be slow maybe an x-ray is necessary to determine the reason why it is 'slow'. Roots do not completely form in the bone for 2-3 years after eruption starts. ...Read more

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Permanent Tooth (Definition)

Primary teeth are also called "baby teeth." these then "fall out" or exfoliate and the seconday tooth or ...Read more


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How long does it take for his permanent tooth to come in after his baby tooth falls out?

How long does it take for his permanent tooth to come in after his baby tooth falls out?

Just depends: Some teeth come in before the baby tooth falls out and others can take a month. You should see a dentist to make sure the adult tooth is there and is erupting properly. ...Read more

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Pls what's a solution for a permanent tooth that has been shaking since it began to grow since i was a child & until now it stil shakes?

You need a dentist: You will need to see a dentist in order to get the answer to that question. You will need both a clinical exam and an x-ray or two to determine what is causing the "shaking" or mobility of that tooth. Without having any information at hand, we have no way of knowing for sure what the problem is, nor what can be done, if anything, to correct or treat it. ...Read more

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My permanent tooth feels loose please help!?

My permanent tooth feels loose please help!?

Call your dentist: Loose tooth means abscess, bone loss, trauma, or fracture. Please call your dentist for evaluation asap. ...Read more

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What do you do if a permanent tooth falls out?

What do you do if a permanent tooth falls out?

Get an Xray: See your dentist and get an xray of the site to make sure there are no pieces of the tooth under the gums. The dentist can give you options after he examines the area and surrounding bone. You have many options. A few are , do nothing, place an implant or bridge, build a removable prosthetic to replace the tooth, or move another tooth into the space with orthodontics. ...Read more

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What can I do about my slightly loose permanent tooth!?

What can I do about my slightly loose permanent tooth!?

See a dentist: You have a couple of choices. First is to see a dentist for evaluation and treatment. Second is to do. Toning and loose the tooth. Better to find out the cause and treatment options. ...Read more