Teething Of An 11 Month Old Baby?
Mlm .. r n My baby is 11 months old … but the front teeth are far away or far away … how to deal with them so that they are close or haven’t all their teeth yet ???
Hello Mrs. Radinah, thank you for your question
I understand the worry you have. However, you should not worry or panic. Next we will discuss together about the growth of milk teeth.
Primary teeth or milk teeth are the first tooth growth occurs. Baby teeth do not grow simultaneously, but rather gradually in the first 2.5 years of life. By the age of 3 years, most of the children had complete baby teeth, namely 20, which were divided into 10 teeth in the upper jaw and 10 teeth in the lower jaw.
The first teeth that usually grow are the four front incisors, usually at the age of 6-12 months. There are times when the baby teeth appear to have a distance from one another, this can be due to:
Milk teeth are smaller in size than adult teeth, so the distance between milk teeth is intended for the development of permanent teeth later in the day for jaw growth. Considering that your child's teeth are currently in the process of growing, there may be changes in arrangement including the density between the teeth. What you can do right now is to keep your teeth and oral cavity clean. Introduce a soft toothbrush specifically intended for babies of his age. During the introduction of this toothbrush, the use of toothpaste was not necessary.
Hopefully this information is useful