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32, if you haven't had your wisdom teeth out yet. After they are removed, you will have 28.

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as many as he/she still have,plus in growing permanent teeth

Eruption Pattern of Permanent Teeth in 7 year old child:Upper Teeth Eruption TimeCentral Incisor 7 to 8 years oldLower Teeth Eruption TimeCentral Incisor 6 to 7 years oldLateral Incisor 7 to 8 years old

normally a 7 year old will have 8 teeth.four permanent first molars plus lower and upper permanent incisors.the deciduous teeth present at this stage are lateral incisors,canines,first and second molars.

This number will vary from child to child. Most normally, it is around 24, consisting of 8 primary teeth on top, 8 primary teeth on bottom, and permanent central incisors and permanent six-year molars on top and bottom.

Well, it actually depends on how fast the child teeth grow. They can grow baby teeth or permanent teeth. But, 4 year old cannot grow molars. they are too young.

Only if you have them extracted. They erupt as permanent teeth.

The second permanent molars come in around the ages of 12-13. That will give you 28 teeth total, until your wisdom teeth come in

nah, im 13 and my permanent teeth came in ages ago -.- :D x

a 10 year old should have 28 teeth

A 10 year old supposed to have 24 to 28 teeth.

eleven year lods have about 24 teeth

A ten year old should lose 20 teeth and a ten year old should have 24 teeth

Milk teeth are temporary teeth as they drop off by age 12 and are then replaced by the permanent teeth which should last till you get oldThe difference between permanent teeth and milk teeth is their size and their permanence. Milk teeth tend to be smaller and sharper than permanent teeth, but they do not remain in the mouth for very long. Permanent teeth are larger and last longer.

Every child is different but for the most part, all of the teeth should be in at that point in time. Seeing as many children start losing teeth and getting their permanent ones around seven or eight.

A child being 10 year old should have 28 teeth.

My kid had similar situation. He had 2 permanent teeth like that. Took him to the dentist and he extracted the one that was coming in the gum.

There are about 24 teeth in a regular 11 year olds mouth.

An average two year old child should have all his 20 primary teeth in his mouth.

You can't get braces on baby teeth. The girl would have to have her permanent teeth first (and should, by the age of 13). Needing braces is a matter of genetics and heredity. Some people have perfectly straight teeth naturally. Others (like me!) have needed braces. ~ T

There is 26 teeth in a 11 year old mouth.

there's got to be 24 teeth in your mouth

A three year old should have 20 teeth. (They should all be in by the time he/she is two)

about 26 unless they have some baby teeth out. ^_^

Between the ages of 9 and 11, the final permanent teeth should be in place, for a total of 28 teeth. Some conditions can affect the number or spacing of teeth.The final 4 third molars (wisdom teeth) will erupt around the ages of 17 to 25.

You can have a ball park guess by the teeth and the size. If the kitten still has its milk teeth it is less than 5 months old, kittens have their permanent teeth at 5 to 6 months old. If it has its permanent teeth but is still small, it may be younger than 10 months.

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