No. There are some very front molars that are considered baby teeth and will fall out when ready and then you will grow permanent molars there. Most back molars are the only ones you grow.
If it was the first teeth that was pulled the adult ones will grow up there in time. You just have to wait. If it was the adult ones that was pulled nothing will grow back. You have no more teeth in that place.
The front molar teeth fall out but the very back ones keep growing and if you loose the very back ones then you will never get them back. You will need False Teeth.
Teeth from youngsters fall out as new ones grow. Older teeth from adults fallout due to neglect,decay. So brush and floss.....
front back and middle
This is interesting but you can keep 4 of them because to have 32 you need to keep the semi-last not the near last to the ones that grow when you are 18 the ones that grow in the back when 7 the ones in-front of those are he ones you can either keep or loose its better to keep because you need them to get the basic 32 teeth and without them you will have an empty space in your mouth.
Yes cats do grow new teeth when they loose their first ones.
Yes, what happens is that when you have baby teeth and then after all your baby teeth are supposed to be out but when they have not then the adult teeth that are coming down have no place to go so they resort to shifting upwards before shifting back downwards and sometimes causing other teeth to fall out even if they are the wrong ones i have this problem and have not had it fixed
The front teeth are lost and new ones will grow in. The molars just in front are also lost. The back molars are not replaced by other teeth.