Development of permanent teeth

Development of permanent teeth

Both baby and permanent teeth have fairly well-defined times of eruption. The ages listed are the typical ages that an adult tooth has fully emerged. UPPERERUPTS BY LOWERERUPTS BY Central incisor8-10 Mo Central incisor6-9 MoLateral incisor8-10 Mo Lateral incisor 15-21 Mo Canine (Cuspid)16-20 Mo Canine (Cuspid)15-21 Mo First molar15-21 Mo First molar15-21 Mo Second molar20-24 MoSecond molar20-24 Mo

Development of permanent teeth

Review Date:4/5/2012

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