Thursday, April 16, 2009

How many teeth in a human mouth?

20 dediduous (baby) teeth that fall out and are replaced by 32 adult teeth. In some cases people will have less teeth and sometimes they have extra. See this chart for information -

Hope that helps

JAMRDH - a dental hygienist

How many teeth in a human mouth?
Reply:In the adult human, there are 32 teeth.

The four third molars or wisdom teeth may be absent, so it is not always 32.
Reply:Normally 32 in an adult, varies acc. to how many wisdom teeth (some lucky people have 0-3 wisdom teeth, some unlucky ones more than 4). 20 primary (baby) teeth at around age 3, and you typically lose those between the ages of 6-12.
Reply:I believe there are 32
Reply:i seem to have 27
Reply:You very nicely did not mention at what age. I have 6 of my own and 22 fake ones. I%26#039;m 82 years young.
Reply:I think it%26#039;s 32. But I only have 28. Four removed for braces, four wisdom.

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