The study showed that in India, the average age of first tooth absolutions has risen to 40 years and that the prevalence of tooth enamel loss was increasing, suggesting that it could be due to dental diseases or underlying conditions.

However, the study also said that the incidence of tooth loss had increased, with up to three-quarters of people having tooth loss at any age, with the rate of loss increasing over the years.

In India, tooth enamels are considered as a sign of aging, which is the second-highest cause of dental disease.

In the USA, the incidence is considered the third-highest, followed by skin disease, and then age-related diseases.

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