your teeth do not keep growing because if they did you wouldn't be able to close your mouth.
Young children have soft bones which keep on growing.
the back bone is stright, therefore, is grows to keep you growing stright
Usually for a few months but when you have your top teeth over your bottom teeth they ask you not to turn it and keep it in for awhile.
1. A child's jaw is smaller and requires smaller teeth. That's why when we are born and we start growing out teeth, those teeth are temporary and fall out later on. 2. People needed their teeth to live. Having two sets of teeth (and periodically growing more teeth, like molars and wisdom teeth) meant that even if the front teeth rotted away, the person would still be able to eat. Dentistry hasn't been around anywhere near as long as humans have.
Dogs have two sets of teeth: puppy and adult. They start loosing their puppy teeth usually at around 3 months and finish losing them by five or six months, at which time they have all been replaced by adult teeth.
Yes,their teeth starts growing for their entire life.
Never they keep growing for their whole life.
caused her teeth to keep growing
Rabbit, mouse, beaver apparently all rodents
No it won't silly .
long in the tooth
Unlike humans, guinea pigs don't lose their teeth, ( nor do they brush them) this allows to maintain healthy and strong teeth. eating hard foods and constant chewing help wear down the teeth to keep them at a proper and comfortable length. when a guinea pig breaks a tooth it is able to grow back allowing it to eat.
I don't think they stop growing per se, just that the act of gnawing helps wear down the teeth (i.e. shorten the teeth). They keep growing forever, though.
Rodents incisors and rabbits