Children Aged 6 Years There Are Only 4 Milk Teeth At The Bottom?
Assalamualaikum …. Sorry I want to ask my child aged 6 years but there are only 4 baby teethings below how about that … ??
Has it since babies only grown 4 milk teeth or has it grown later and hasn't grown it again? In general, milk teeth will begin to grow from the age of 6 months to 1 year. Milk teeth will continue to grow to as many as 20 pieces. Furthermore, baby teeth will begin to fall out at the age of 6-7 years and replaced by permanent teeth.
Milk teeth should be complete in 3-4 years. If your child's age is 6 years but the milk teeth are still incomplete, this needs further examination by a dentist to ascertain whether your child has dental seeds or not or there are other conditions that affect the growth of his teeth.
Therefore I suggest that you bring your child to consult further with the dentist directly yes. The dentist will perform an examination and if necessary do an x-ray to be able to see the presence or absence of dental seed. Further treatment will be given if needed and adjusted to the results of the examination. If there are dental seeds, generally only need to wait until teething.
However, if there are no dental seeds, it is necessary to consider the possibility of complete anodontia (all teeth do not grow), hypodontia (no growth of 1-6 teeth), and oligodontia (no more than 6 teeth in the oral cavity). Anodontia is generally associated with genetic disorders. Anodontic treatment can be made of dentures if possible.
Hope it helps you,