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At what age are all deciduous teeth lost?
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3 doctors agree
In brief: Deciduous teeth
Children usually lose their deciduous teeth by age 11-12.

In brief: Deciduous teeth
Children usually lose their deciduous teeth by age 11-12.
Dr. Daniel Rubenstein
Dr. Daniel Rubenstein
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Dr. Daniel Quon
Surgery - Oral & Maxillofacial
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Varies
Most deciduous or primary teeth are lost and replaced by the permanent teeth by the age of 11 or 12.
However, some people may be congenitally missing a permanent tooth and could retain a primary tooth as an adult.

In brief: Varies
Most deciduous or primary teeth are lost and replaced by the permanent teeth by the age of 11 or 12.
However, some people may be congenitally missing a permanent tooth and could retain a primary tooth as an adult.
Dr. Daniel Quon
Dr. Daniel Quon
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Dr. Randolph Thomas
Pediatrics
In brief: Age 10 to 12 years
Last set of baby teeth to be lost are the second molars that come in around two to three years of age.

In brief: Age 10 to 12 years
Last set of baby teeth to be lost are the second molars that come in around two to three years of age.
Dr. Randolph Thomas
Dr. Randolph Thomas
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