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Group 3: this group corresponds to the mixed dentition. The first deciduous teeth are replaced by permanent incisors (most standard sequence). The first molar emerges anatomically*. This is the first step of permanent teeth emergence. Group 4: stability period where the roots of permanent teeth (incisors and first molars) complete their formation. The roots of the other teeth just initialize their mineralization. Group 5: secondary phase of tooth emergence for permanent canine, premolars and second molars.
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