Sunday, August 2, 2009

Premolars and canines?

Do premolars and canine teeth (in humans) usually break like normal milk teeth to give way for permanent canines and premolars, like incisors do?

Premolars and canines?
The process is technically called as ex foliation , the replacement of milk teeth by permanent teeth. You don't have premolar milk teeth, you only have incisor,canine and molar teeth as milk teeth ,which get replaced by the respective permanent teeth. Falling of canine milk teeth and molar milk teeth gives space for the permanent canine,premolar and molar teeth.
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