Eruption Sequence of Teeth

Primary (Baby) Teeth

Primary (baby) tooth Age for primary tooth eruption - approx. Age for primary tooth loss - approx.
Upper
Central Incisor (A)
6 months - 1 year 6 - 7
Lateral Incisor (B) 7 months - 16 months 7 - 8
Canine (C) 1.5 years - 2 years 10 - 12
1st Molar (D) 1 year - 1.5 years 9 - 11
2nd Molar (E) 2 years - 3 years 10 - 12
Lower
Central Incisor (A)
6 months - 1 year 6 - 7
Lateral Incisor (B) 7 months - 16 months 7 - 8
Canine (C) 1.5 years - 2 years 9 - 12
1st Molar (D) 1 years - 1.5 years 9 - 11
2nd Molar (E) 2 years - 3 years 10 - 12

 

 

Sequence of Primary tooth Eruption

 

 


Adult (Permanent) Teeth

Primary (baby) tooth Age for permanent tooth eruption - approx.
Upper
Central Incisor (A)
7 - 8
Lateral Incisor 8 - 9
Canine 11 - 12
1st Premolar 10 - 12
2nt Premolar 10 - 12
1st Molar 6 - 7
2nd Molar 12 - 13
3rd Molar (Wisdom tooth) 17 - 21
Lower
Central Incisor
6 - 7
Lateral Incisor 7 - 8
Canine 9 - 10
1st Premolar 10 - 12
2nt Premolar 11 - 12
1st Molar 6 - 7
2nd Molar 11 - 13
3rd Molar (Wisdom tooth) 17 - 21

 


Eruption Age 3


Dental Age 6


Eruption Age 5
Note: As permanent teeth grow, the primary roots dissolve.


Dental Age 9

 

 


Eruption Age 9
Note: As permanent teeth grow, the primary roots dissolve.


Dental Age 12
The wisdom teeth still are not erupted and will erupt only if there is enough room.

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