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Permanent teeth: The permanent teeth are the second and final set of natural teeth that people develop. The permanent teeth begin to erupt in the gums and push out the deciduous teeth in late childhood. There are 32 deciduous teeth, which are bony structures and tools that older children and adults use to chew, grasp, cut and grind food. By doing these actions, the permanent teeth begin the process of ingestion and digestion. There are four types of permanent teeth: incisors, canines, premolars, and molars.
Conditions that afflict the permanent teeth include broken/missing teeth, dental caries, periodontal disease, developmental abnormalities, dental attrition, dental erosion and dental impaction.
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