martes, 5 de octubre de 2021

Differences Between Primary and Permanent Teeth - Video

Pediatric Dentistry

Primary teeth begin to appear at 06 months of age, and permanent teeth appear at 6 years with the presence of the first lower molar. There are several differences between them, such as in the size and shape of the crown, root and dental pulp.

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Knowing the differences between primary and permanent teeth is necessary when performing any dental procedure. And also to be able to answer the concerns of parents.

We share an interesting video that explains in detail what the differences are between a primary tooth and a permanent tooth.

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