Get an overview, with charts and video, on when baby's primary teeth erupt ( come in), fall out and are then replaced by permanent teeth.
Around the age of six, baby teeth finally fall out. A permanent teeth chart can help you keep track of which adult teeth come and in when.
Most people have two sets of teeth during their life: a set of primary or “baby” teeth and the permanent or “adult” teeth. Besides helping children chew and.
At about the age of six years, the first permanent molar teeth erupt. These four molars (two in each jaw) emerge.
Teeth vary in size, shape and their location in the jaws. Learn more about the differences with primary and permanent teeth structures.