At what age are all deciduous teeth lost?

Deciduous teeth. Children usually lose their deciduous teeth by age 11-12.
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.
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.

Related Questions

When are all deciduous teeth gone?

Primary teeth. Deciduous (primary teeth) are all gone when there are none left in your mouth. This usually occurs when you are in your early to mid teens. In some instances, people can over-retain a primary tooth into their adulthood. Read more...
Usually 12-14 yrs. Most teenagers lose their last deciduous teeth (second primary molars) between 12-14 years old. If a person is congenitally missing the replacement permanent tooth then they may retain the baby tooth until they are in their 20's and possibly even into their 40's. Read more...

Do you think I should remove my deciduous teeth?

Why? We can't advise you with no information supplied. What's the problem? What's the issue? Read more...
Hard to say... Are you really 31? Are the teeth bothering you? Are they unrestorable? Are there impacted secondary teeth underneath? An finally, why do you want to remove them? This small space does not allow for a meaningful answer, so consult with a local dentist that can examine you and answer these questions. Read more...

I extracted the deciduous teeth 6 months ago, how much longer will I have to wait?

For what? Are you 37 years old as you posted? Are you waiting for the permanent teeth to erupt? We need more information. A dentist who can examine you and see x-rays of your mouth or whomever you are referring to can answer that question for you. Read more...

How can resorption work in the exfoliation of deciduous teeth?

Root-b-gone. Resorption of the roots of deciduous teeth triggered in part by the advancing permanent teeth is why they get loose and fall out easily. Read more...
Chicken/egg. Which came first, the baby tooth dissolving away to make room for the permanent tooth to erupt, or the permanent tooth erupting making the baby tooth root dissolve away. Probably a little of both. The i'm portent thing is timing. On the sides baby teeth are wider than permanent teeth. If a baby tooth is not lost at the right time, it can adversely affect occlusion. Need for orthodontist? Read more...

If the deciduous teeth are eventually replaced by permanent teeth, why do you get them in the first place?

Small mouth. When we are children our mouths are small and adult teeth would be crowded. As the mouth grows we need bigger teeth to fill it. Read more...
Proper development. Teeth erupt in a specific sequence to allow children to develop bones, muscles, and speech normally. Teeth are important in not only eating and learning speech, but in the normal development of the face and jaws. Any changes in this sequence by early loss of teeth, or untreated dental infections, can have serious and long-term effects on a child's physical and mental well. Read more...

What is the endodontical treatment of a deciduous teeth or a teeth that apexification is not complete?

Answer: A General Dentist or Pedodontist (depending upon the age of the patient) should discuss treatment options for these types of situations and refer you to an Endodontist for an evaluation and consultation. Internet research and questions on this site cannot replace one on one doctor\patient relationships and advice. Read more...
See pedodontist. Baby teeth with infected root canal is a common problem. Early lose of a deciduous teeth can lead to a development problems. Thus is important to preserve the baby teeth. There are two kinds of endodontic treatment done on baby teeth: vital pulp therapy and non-vital pulp therapy. Your pedodontist will give you more information so you can decide whether to do a root canal or extraction. Read more...