No, molar teeth are not baby teeth. you can have adult and baby molars. molars are the flat teeth at the backs of you mouth....
You do lose your canine teeth along with other baby teeth. They generally fall out in the order they came in, with the center incisor teeth first, followed by the first baby molars, then the canines, and the second molars. They grow back.
they are adult teeth
It is unlikely that you get braces with baby teeth, but if they are molars or larger teeth you can.
Yes, unless they are the baby teeth.
Yes, they will be replaced by adult molars, and then later you will get your "wisdom teeth", the last molars that come in.
yes, except for molars which arent really baby teeth.
Most baby teeth don't have roots at all, because they will come out. If they have roots they are probably adult teeth.
Only baby molars fall out
Yes they do
There are incisors (8), canines (4), and molars (8), generally smaller versions of the adult or permanent teeth. There are only 20 baby teeth compared to 32 adult teeth. The reason is that the 12 adult molars grow out behind the baby molars, not under them. The 8 baby molars are replaced by the premolars (biscuspid teeth), while the incisors and canines are replaced by their permanent versions.