Baby or first teeth which fall out and are replaced by the permanent teeth, there are 10 in each jaw
(See baby teeth)
"Milk teeth," the temporary teeth that are lost to make way for the permanent teeth.
The first teeth, known as baby or primary teeth, which are eventually replaced by permanent teeth
baby teeth; teeth that fall out at a certain stage of growth.
temporary teeth that are lost to make way for permanent teeth; baby teeth or milk teeth.
These are the children's first set of teeth. Also called the primary teeth. They are replaced later in life with permanent teeth.
(baby teeth) first set of teeth that is later replaced by permanent teeth.
"baby teeth" the childhood set of 20 teeth
also called "baby teeth."
The baby teeth. Also known as the 'milk teeth'. There are twenty deciduous teeth.
baby teeth or teeth found in children
The first teeth of childhood which are later replaced by the permanent dentition.
Commonly called "baby teeth," the first set of (usually) twenty teeth
Baby teeth or primary teeth
A child's first set of twenty teeth that are eventually replaced by permanent teeth. (Also known as primary or baby teeth.) See "Eruption Order"
"Baby" teeth. They are replaced by permanent teeth.
teeth that are constantly replaced over the lifetime of an animal. Dinosaurs and sharks are typical examples. Tooth germ, partially formed tooth, Fully erupted tooth. (light gray is enamel, medium gray is dentin, dark gray is pulp, and red is soft tissue)
The primary set of teeth (baby teeth) which are present before they are replaced with the permanent teeth. (See Permanent Teeth.)
your primary or "baby teeth".
Baby/primary teeth; A-T
See primary teeth.
(Also known as primary or baby teeth.) A child's first set of twenty teeth that are eventually replaced by permanent teeth. See "Emerging tooth order."
also known as "baby" or primary teeth.