A child's first set of teeth, which usually start to appear between six months and a year. A child should have 20 teeth by age three.
The first set of teeth. This set of 20 teeth is also known as baby, deciduous, or milk teeth.
(see baby teeth).
This is the dental term for the first set of teeth. Also called baby teeth.
baby teeth. There are 20.
the first set of teeth (20 in number) that come into the moth, usually when an infant is around 6 months old
The first set of teeth that humans get, lasting until the permanent teeth come in. Also referred to as deciduous teeth or baby teeth.
The first set of teeth, or baby teeth, that are present until the secondary teeth erupt. They are also known as deciduous teeth.
The first set of teeth that come in. They are also called your baby teeth.
the first set of 20 temporary teeth. Also called baby teeth, the primary dentition, or deciduous teeth.
also known as "baby teeth" or deciduous teeth.
See 'Deciduous Teeth'.
The first set of teeth lasting until the permanent teeth come in. Also referred to as deciduous teeth or baby teeth. â–º Prosthesis Artificial replacement of any part of the body.
Primary teeth are the first teeth in the human dentition
The baby teeth. Also known as the primary dentition. The baby teeth are replaced by the adult teeth (permanent teeth).