Hello. This time I have a 14 month old child whose teeth are already taken 2 above 4, but I am surprised that he is different from other children, my child smiles when his teeth are closed, that’s the solution.
Thank you for the question.
Each person is born with a different jaw structure. The condition of your child, where the lower teeth appear to cover the upper teeth when smiling is likely to occur because the lower jaw is more backward than the upper jaw. Early people used to call this condition cakil or cameuh.
Provided that your child has never suffered a head injury that is likely to affect the structure of his jaw, it seems that the condition he is experiencing is not dangerous. In fact, the unique structure of the jaw can make it unique and more easily recognized later in adulthood. You can focus first on maintaining healthy teeth and mouth, namely by teaching him to brush his teeth properly as early as possible, clean his tongue with sterile gauze soaked in clean water every time he wants to sleep, not accustom him to overeating before going to sleep, and give him a variety of healthy foods and drinks and nutritious as supporting nutritional needs.
However, if later he feels very disturbed by this condition, then you can see it directly to the dentist so that further treatment is given.
Hope this helps ...