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Question Posted Thursday May 3 2007, 11:29 pm

do your teeth grow bigger as you grow older?

yeah its a dumb question but just answear it cuz i need to know


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EdwardCullenLuver answered Friday May 4 2007, 1:34 am:
No. They don't grow. Once you get your permanent teeth they are as big as they get. You also get 12-year-old molars and wisdom teeth. That is the reason why there is what seems to be extra gum at the back of your mouth.

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hottie411 answered Friday May 4 2007, 1:19 am:
your teeth don't actually "grow."

once your baby teeth come out, your permanent teeth come, and once they've reached their full size, they don't get any bigger.

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Sabine answered Thursday May 3 2007, 11:35 pm:
Your teeth are formed in your jaw and they stay the same physical size other than two factors: first, they can appear to grow longer because the tooth is pushed up from the root. They can appear longer if your gums recede. Second, they can grow shorter through wear and tear, especially as you grind them.

However, after they've erupted from your gums, they are not going to get wider or thicker or longer, but they may shift positions, turn, and more of the tooth can be exposed at different times.

Sabine

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lbwhite89 answered Thursday May 3 2007, 11:33 pm:
No, teeth don't "grow". You get teeth when you're a baby, hence "baby teeth", lose them, then grow new ones, "adult teeth". Once they're completely in, they don't get bigger.

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askkatie answered Thursday May 3 2007, 11:32 pm:
When you are younger yes, but they should stop growing when you get into your teens.

-Katie

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