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Snakes grow partly developed replacement fangs behind the main fangs in a type of sheith. If a main fang is broken or lost then a replacement grows and slides into place between 5-6 days after.
The other teeth in a snakes mouth which are small rows of recurved teeth do not regrow because they have about 6 small rows in the mouth. These teeth help hold the prey in place.
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Snakes are similar to sharks in the fact that they do have replacement teeth, they do get bumped out and even fall out from time to time but its not to worry. They go through several sets in a lifetime. Hope this helped