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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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