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How long dose it take for a permanent tooth to grow out completely?
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Dr. Jonathan Engel
Dentistry
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In brief: 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.

In brief: 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.
Dr. Jonathan Engel
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Dr. Arnold Malerman
Dentistry - Orthodontics
In brief: Few to many
It can take a few to many months for full eruption depending on age, which tooth, available room for eruption, health of gum tissue, and so many other factors.
If you have a concern, see an orthodontist, a member of the dental specialty trained to evaluate growth and development. Know that when there is one eruption anomaly there are often multiple eruption anomalies.

In brief: Few to many
It can take a few to many months for full eruption depending on age, which tooth, available room for eruption, health of gum tissue, and so many other factors.
If you have a concern, see an orthodontist, a member of the dental specialty trained to evaluate growth and development. Know that when there is one eruption anomaly there are often multiple eruption anomalies.
Dr. Arnold Malerman
Dr. Arnold Malerman
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