Can a natural tooth be grown right from the root for the third time?
No. Human teeth can't be regenerated. Once a tooth is formed the special group of cells that formed the tooth is lost. Dental researchers are looking at ways to actually grow new teeth from stem cells, but it will be many years in the future before that is available to dental patients. However we do have many ways to replace missing teeth including dentures, bridges, and implants (artificial tooth roots).
Sharks have 3 layers of teeth. the first row are the mature teeth, the ones they use. the second layer are not quite mature but if a tooth is lost it moves forward to take its place. the third row are growing teeth. when a second row tooth moves forward the third row tooth takes its place and anotherthird row tooth grows in the third row
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It is mainly caused by problems in the tooth, gums, or jaw, such as cavities, gum disease, emerging of the third molar (wisdom tooth), a cracked tooth, infected pulp, jaw diseases, or exposed root. Often, this is achieved by poor oral hygiene, a natural growth among the teeth, or someone blows a punch on you. Mostly pain is because of the swelling of the blood vessels due to the viral infection, tooth sensitivity, or due…