Baby Teeth

Definition of Baby Teeth:

The 20 baby (primary) teeth start appearing in the first year of life and are complete by age 2 or 3. Beginning at around age 6, they are gradually replaced by the 32 adult teeth over the next few years.

Also: Deciduous Teeth, Milk Teeth, Primary Teeth

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Adult Teeth

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“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.”
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