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Is your molars meant to come out?

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Answered 2008-08-17 21:26:13

You only loose each tooth once before you get the teeth you will have to take care of for the rest of your life.

In the ages between 16 and 25, wisdom teeths usually 'comes out' in the absolute back of your jawline.

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The 12 year old molars will come out. The next one is meant to be permanent.

yes ofcourse because all teeth fall so you have sttrong teeth so molars do come out

Yes, they will be replaced by adult molars, and then later you will get your "wisdom teeth", the last molars that come in.

Yes. You have baby molars that will come out to make room for your back teeth.

About your preteen age. You have twelve molars in total. The one near your canine and after that molar can fall out. Adult molars come out eventually.

yes. molars are hard to come out. If you are a teenager,then you should not worry about your molars coming out. If you are a small kid, you may have a loose molar because of a cavity.

yes because you have 2 premolars and three proper molars which will come through at about 12-over yearsincisorscaninespremolarsmolars

12 years old is the average age for adult molars to come in.

If they are the first ones to come in yes.

ice...lots and lots of ice that's what i did when i got my molars and it works! -hope that helped

The molars are the big teeth at the back of the jaw. They are named after millstones and come from the Latin term.

The first molars that children get are called "pre-molars" and they come through at around 24 months of age. They are baby teeth and will eventually fall out to be replaced by adult teeth. The first 'adult' molars come through at around 6years of age, the next lot at about 12yrs & the last lot (if they make it past the gum line) are the wisdom teeth which come between the ages of 17 - 21 generally. For a 3D model & a good stage by stage description please refer to the related link.

Most adults will not lose their permanent molars, however, the adult mouth is also meant to contain four unnecessary molars called third molars or wisdom teeth.So in theory an adult is meant to lose four molars or wisdom teeth. Those being:#1 (behind the first permanent molar on upper right side),#16 (behind the last permanent molar on the upper left side),#17, (behind the last permanent molar on the lower left side), and#32 (behind the first permanent molar on the lower right side)

The first molars come in at about six years of age.

Yes,the molars after the canines and the molars after that, making eight baby molars in total.

Adult molars do not grow back. Infant molars are replaced by adult molars, so in a sense, infant molars do grow back.

The "back teeth" are grinding teeth called molars. They come in after the deciduous molars, which are replaced by the bicuspids. The final or 3rd molars are called "wisdom teeth" and ordinarily only appear in the early teens or later.

12 year old molars refer to the permanent molars a child receive at the approximate age of 12 years old. The 12-year-old molars are your permanent molars so they will not get replaced as the primary teeth do. The 12-year-old molars can be lost through extraction, cavities, or even though bone loss.

Yes you pull out all of your teeth and new permanent teeth will come in. By the age of 21 all of your baby teeth will be gone and all of your molars will have erupted.

Typically, a person keeps their molars all their life. The exception is wisdom teeth, the four molars that develop around 18 years of age. Sometimes a dentist will determine that the wisdom teeth are crowding the mouth, and will suggest the patient have them removed.

Yes,I have baby molars

Humans have molars and elefants

There is no such thing as 'premnolar' and you must have meant 'premolar' meaning 'teeth' (molars) and this question has already been answered as 'What are premolars?'

Yes , all of them should fall out around the age of 9-12.

Elephants are animals which have molars

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