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Tooth

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Commonly known as simple milk teeth, primary teeth grow from five-and -a-half months to 24 months, he said, adding that permanent teeth grew from five-and-a half years to thirteen years except wisdom teeth.
Children have a set of 20 primary teeth, which they begin to lose around age 5 or 6.
By the age of eight, an astonishing one in seven had decay in their primary teeth.
The dentine of the primary teeth provides evidence of exposure during the early childhood years, when hand-to-mouth activity is usually an important contributor to Pb body burden (Gulson 1996b).
The figures also revealed that 57 per cent of eight-year-olds had dental decay in their primary teeth.
Although studies have shown that sealing incipient decay will arrest it, frank occlusal decay should not be sealed, nor should primary teeth that are close to exfoliation.
If they do not develop these good habits they could find themselves in the 50% of five to 10-year-olds with decayed primary teeth (Department of Health, 2000).
Another aspect of interceptive orthodontics is the timely removal of primary teeth so that they do not block or deflect the underlying permanent teeth from their proper eruptive paths.
Doxycycline is not a human teratogen but can cause discoloration of primary teeth when exposure occurs anytime from the middle of the second trimester to term.
The teeth will continue to erupt and shed in an orderly way until you are ten or twelve, when the last of the twenty primary teeth fall out.
Children shed primary teeth and erupt permanent teeth at around age six, plus or minus a year.