Does Your Teen Still Have Baby Teeth? When Over-Retained Teeth Are A Problem
While every child is different, children between the ages of 12 and 14 usually have lost all of their primary teeth and should have their adult teeth. If your pre-teen or teen still has some baby teeth left, you may be wondering if this is a cause for concern. Read on to learn more about over-retained teeth and when they are a problem. What Causes Over-Retained Teeth? There can be many causes of over-retained teeth, such as an infection, endocrine disorders, genetic disorders, impaction from a misaligned tooth tooth, and/or oral trauma.