Give the difference between milk teeth and permanent teeth

There will two phases of dentition in ones life.i.e., primary dentition (milk teeth or deciduous teeth) and secondary dentition (permanent teeth). The permanent teeth are visible throughout a person’s lifetime.The baby teeth continue to grow till a child is about 11 years old, after that milk teeth fall and give rise to permanent teeth.

Differences are

Milk teeth Permanent teeth
Root canals have a more hour-glass-like appearance Root canals have a well-defined appearance with more branches
A larger pulp chamber A smaller pulp chamber
Enamel and dentine are less mineralized Enamel and dentine are more mineralized
less regular More regular

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