Adult Teeth

Definition of Adult Teeth:

The 32 adult (permanent) teeth start appearing at about age 6 in most children, and gradually replace the 20 baby teeth over the next few years.

Also: Adult Tooth, Permanent Teeth

Topics Related to Adult Teeth

Baby Teeth

...related topic
“...Beginning at around age 6, they are gradually replaced by the 32 adult teeth over the next few years.”

Susceptibility To Cavities

...the condition
“...In the U.S. in 1986-87, 50% of 5-17 year old children were completely free of decay and of restorations in their permanent teeth.  In adults, there have been small reductions in the number of decayed, missing and filled teeth and in the rate of total tooth loss...”
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