permanent tooth

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per·ma·nent tooth

[TA]
1 of 32 teeth belonging to the second, or permanent, dentition; eruption of the permanent teeth begins from the fifth to the seventh year, and is not completed until the 17th-23rd year, when the last of the third molars appears.

permanent tooth

n.
One of the second set of teeth in mammals that grow as the milk teeth are shed. Humans have 32 permanent teeth.

per·ma·nent tooth

(pĕr'mă-nĕnt tūth) [TA]
One of the 32 teeth belonging to the second, or permanent, dentition; eruption of the permanent teeth begins from the fifth to the seventh year, and is not completed until the 17th-23rd year, when the last of the wisdom teeth appears.
Synonym(s): dens permanens [TA] , second tooth, secondary dentition.

per·ma·nent tooth

(per'mă-nĕnt tūth) [TA]
One of 32 teeth belonging to the second, or permanent, dentition; eruption of permanent teeth begins from the fifth to the seventh year, and is not completed until the 17th-23rd year, when the last of the third molars appears.
Synonym(s): dens permanens [TA] , dens succedaneus, second tooth, secondary dentition, succedaneous dentition.
References in classic literature ?
Had his fiancee's lover been a private person he would have killed him, but it was his beloved Tsar.
2] Additionally, researchers unanimously agree that dental trauma to primary teeth can lead to alterations in the succedaneous dentition, especially in cases of intrusive luxation and avulsion.
This paper enlightens with its well-constructed execution and delivery and provides further evidence that diseases, such as erosion, in the primary dentition serve as timeous indicators of potential disease in the succedaneous dentition and at a time whereby prevention can be key to avoiding further disease.