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My son' lower jaw left side premolar was extracted when he was 9 years old, now he is 11 years old, but still there is no sign of the new teeth appearing, when does a new premolar comes in kids. Is it possible that a new premolar will never come as the tooth extraction was done at a quote early stage
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I would suggest you to go for an X-ray (IOPAR) for the same area. This will give us the right information, as he is 11 year old & it should have erupted till now but sometimes due to early extraction of milk teeth, the eruption of permanent teeth gets delayed.
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Visit a dentist and get an IOPAR/OPG done.
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First line of treatment would be to go for an X-ray.
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R U SURE THAT IT WAS DECIDUOUS TOOTH WHICH WAS EXTRACTED, IF IT WAS THAN DON'T WORRY PREMOLAR WILL COME AS FIRST PREMOLAR WILL ERUPT AT THE AGE OF 10-12 YEARS . FOR CONFIRMATION ABOUT ERUPTION GET X-RAY DONE
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