How many teeth does an adult human being have?
im 14 and a half and i have 28.....?
Total is 32, probably including wisdom teeth that come in later.
A human adult can have anywhere from 14 to 16 teeth in the upper jaw. 14 would be considered the minimum with the possibility of the other 1 or 2 teeth being the development of third molars; teeth which are commonly called "wisdom teeth". Wisdom teeth may or may not grow in, but 14 teeth should be what is expected at the very least.
at around 6 months they should have replaced all there teeth with adult teeth, like human babys do, they should never loose adult teeth, remember to brush your dogs teeth to prevent gum deaseas, that can cause heart problems like with people >.< call your vet if your dog has very dirty teeth and/or bad breath.
Out of 32 adult (permanent) teeth, most adults have 28(wisdom teeth extracted), or 24(wisdom teeth and one premolar in each quadrant extracted). Most adults in their 40's have the latter, because it was common to extract the 4 premolars for orthodontia at that time. Most younger adults have 28 teeth. Some adults have all 32. I would say the average adult has 28 teeth.
Including typical wisdom teeth, the normal adult dentition includes 12 molars (six in each arch). Remember though, there are many anomalies (variations) in dental anatomy, and some people can have more or less teeth than what is considered 'normal.' Look up the terms 'supernumerary teeth' and 'congenitally missing teeth.' Twelve molars, in 4 groups.
An adult has 32 teeth. As a member of the family hominidae, and genus homo (human) we have the tooth formula 18.104.22.168, giving us 32 teeth including the m3's (wisdom teeth). Also considering that, as a genetic characteristic, some humans will never have wisdom teeth, it would be wrong to call this the normal number of teeth because neither formula is normal or abnormal.