Teething Growth Of An 11 Month Old Child?
I want to ask, my sister is 11 months old, has incisors underneath 2 pieces on top, not yet, then when I grow more teeth, not upper incisors but upper molars, is that normal or what?
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Teeth growth in infants can have different times. In prisnsipnya, the baby's first teeth generally grow in the age range of 5-10 months. And baby teeth will be complete when they reach 2-3 years and will be gradually replaced by adult teeth or permanent teeth until the child reaches the age of 12 years.
At around 5-7 months of age, baby's first teeth have begun to appear, usually two front incisors in the lower jaw. Then after the age of 7 months two incisors in the maxillary teeth can follow. Then molars can appear at more than 12 months of age, or most at 14 months. But this time is not absolute, every baby has a relatively different tooth growth time.
So if you are 12 months old, your sister does not have signs of tooth growth, which is still reasonable and there is no need to worry too much. The most important thing is that as long as the growth of bones, skin, and hair run normally, there is really nothing to worry too much. Unless you reach the age of 18 months, your brother does not teethe at all.
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