Addressing Teeth That Grow Inappropriately In Children Aged 13 Months?

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Good afternoon,

1 Answer:

Hello Mrs. Selina


According to literature, the order of growth of baby teeth is as follows:

middle incisors, ages 8-12 months
peripheral (lateral) incisors, ages 9-13 months
canines, ages 16-22 months
first lecture, 13-19 months
second molars, 25-33 months

These calculations are average ranges and can be faster or slower in infants, this can be influenced by genetics, nutritional intake and stimuli such as teether use.


mothers need not worry, this is normal. If by the age of 18 months the middle incisors of the mother's child have not grown, please consult the dentist immediately, ma'am. for now the mother can increase the intake of foods that contain lots of calcium such as milk, cheese, broccoli, seafood. provide a teether and also adjust the texture of the food according to the age of the mother's child.


may be useful


dr. Barrel

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