Deciduous tooth eruption and calcification dates

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Quiz on the eruption and calcification dates of the deciduous dentition.

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Question 1

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When does the deciduous central incisor (A) erupt?
Answer
  • 6-10 months
  • 8-12 months
  • 2 years
  • 3 years

Question 2

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When does the deciduous lateral incisor (B) erupt?
Answer
  • 8-12 months
  • 6-10 months
  • 12-15 months
  • 2 years

Question 3

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When does the deciduous canine (C) erupt?
Answer
  • 18-20 months
  • 8-12 months
  • 12-15 months
  • 26-36 months

Question 4

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When does the deciduous first molar (D) erupt?
Answer
  • 12-15 months
  • 8-12 months
  • 26-36 months
  • 2-3 years

Question 5

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When does the deciduous second molar (E) erupt?
Answer
  • 26-36 months
  • 6-10 months
  • 18-20 months
  • 5 months

Question 6

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When does the deciduous central incisor (A) begin calcification?
Answer
  • 4 months in utero
  • 3 months in utero
  • 6 months in utero
  • 5 months in utero

Question 7

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When does the deciduous lateral incisor (B) begin calcification?
Answer
  • 4.5 months in utero
  • 6 months in utero
  • 3 months in utero
  • 4 months after birth

Question 8

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When does the deciduous canine (C) begin calcification?
Answer
  • 5 months in utero
  • 4 months in utero
  • 6 months in utero
  • 1 month after birth

Question 9

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When does the deciduous first molar (D) begin calcification?
Answer
  • 5 months in utero
  • 6 months after birth
  • 3 months in utero
  • 4.5 months in utero

Question 10

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When does the deciduous second molar (E) begin calcification?
Answer
  • 6 months in utero
  • 3 months in utero
  • 2 months in utero
  • 4.5 months in utero

Question 11

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When is the enamel complete for the deciduous central incisor (A)?
Answer
  • 2 months after birth
  • 6 months after birth
  • 2 months in utero
  • 3 months in utero

Question 12

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When is the enamel complete for the deciduous lateral incisor (B)?
Answer
  • 3 months after birth
  • 2 months after birth
  • 5 months in utero
  • 4 months in utero

Question 13

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When is the enamel complete for the deciduous canine (C)?
Answer
  • 9 months after birth
  • 6 months in utero
  • 6 months after birth
  • 12-15 months after birth

Question 14

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When is the enamel complete for the deciduous first molar (D)?
Answer
  • 6 months after birth
  • 9 months after birth
  • 3 months in utero
  • 5 months in utero

Question 15

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When is the enamel complete for the deciduous second molar (E)?
Answer
  • 12 months after birth
  • 7 months in utero
  • 3 months after birth
  • 6.5 months after birth
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