Primary molar teeth fall out just like other primary teeth and are replaced by permanent teeth, according to HowStuffWorks. Primary teeth begin falling out around age 6 and usually finish by age 11. More »

Baby teeth, or milk teeth, generally fall out in the same sequence in which they arrive. The two bottom front teeth, which are the lower central incisors, fall out first. The top two front teeth, or the upper central inc... More »

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The sequence in which baby teeth are replaced by adult teeth varies for every child. However, the order in which teeth fall out is generally the same order in which they grew in. More »

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The advantages of an upper molar tooth extraction include reducing the risk for infection when teeth are decaying and providing additional space for an overcrowded mouth for teeth to move with orthodontic braces, states ... More »

Colleen Cancio explains on HowStuffWorks that a person can straighten his teeth without braces by using aligners, retainers, contouring or veneers. Clear, plastic removable aligners are the most popular alternatives to b... More »

It is not possible to straighten the teeth at home without working with a dental professional, according to HowStuffWorks. There are, however, alternatives to traditional braces such as aligners, veneers and contouring. More »

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To make a natural tooth whitener, a person crushes strawberries into a pulp, applies the pulp on her teeth, waits for five minutes, and then rinses it off, according to HowStuffWorks. Other natural tooth whiteners includ... More »