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My 3.6 yrs son tooth fell down a year ago and did not grow again, when will the tooth re-grow?

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If it is a front teeth it will grow at age of 6 to 7 year and if back teeth it will grow at age of 11 to 12 years.
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Permanent teeth will start erupting at the age of 6 years. If your son's teeth dont come even after six years then consult a dentist and get the xray done. Rest of the treatment will be guided by your dentist.
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Normally front teeth erupt at the age of 7 to 8 years. Not to worry. Then also if you have a doubt you can always get an xray done to see the inside scenario.
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No permanent tooth will grow before 5.5 yrs.
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It will regrow after age of 5 to 6 yrs.
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It depends on which tooth fell. This is not the age for teeth to fall. If it fell due to trauma then please get the tooth checked by a dentist to ascertain if rootpieces are left behind or to rule out any infection. Normally the new teeth come between 6 to 12 years.
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Milk teeth usually fall at the age of 6 years onwards. Starting with the middle 2 front lower teeth followed by upper middle 2 front teeth and so on. At the age of 3.6 yrs if the teeth have fallen out needs to be seen why and normally permanent teeth start coming at 6 to 7 years of age. Depending on which tooth had fallen off and what the reason is. A treatment would be necessary.
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Front tooth, will be replaced by permanent tooth around 6-7yrs.
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teeth will grow on scheduled timing,you need not worry.relax.
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