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No. We have two sets of teeth; the 20 juvenile teeth that grow in during infancy, and the 20 permanent teeth that grow in behind them as we mature, along with the 12 molars that come in at various ages, typically 6, 12, and 18.
It is a genetic trait governed by the person's DNA, and it's very rare.
Humans grow two sets of teeth. This includes the primary set of teeth, which develop at six months of age, and the permanent teeth, which come in after the primary teeth fall out.
yes growing three sets of teeth is possible. i know this as it has happend to my step mum.
well a crocodile usually has three to eight sets of teeth
From researching on the internet it appears that having 3 sets of teeth is inherited and that its passed paternally.
they will not have any teeth and will not grow back
They don't! Unless you were born with 3 sets of teeth
for natural teeth, most people have a set of baby or milk teeth first. When these fall out as the adult teeth grow in.Some rare cases of multiple rows of teeth have been noted. Loss of the set of adult teeth may require full or partial artificial sets of teeth or dentures. These can be replaces many times.
No, you get two sets , baby teeth and adult teeth. However sometimes your wisdom teeth will grow through at the very back of your mouth when you're older often an adult