The Teeth Of An 18-month-old Child Grow On The Roof Of The Mouth Behind The Front Teeth?
Hello, my doctor 18mo there are teeth sticking out in the palate behind the front teeth … from Saturday I got a high fever, what should I treat my teeth like? seeing a pediatrician or dentist?
The growth of a baby's milk teeth begins at various ages where there are those that begin to grow at the age of 6 months starting from the front incisors and then gradually on the growth of the teeth next to the molars.
If new teeth arise and are in the wrong area it could be due to inappropriate growth of baby teeth or premature permanent tooth growth. For that, it's good to immediately check with the dentist to ascertain the cause. Handling itself later is able to extract the teeth that do not match the growth or extraction of milk teeth in order to make room for permanent teeth to grow.
If the child experiences pain, pain relievers can be given such as paracetamol which can also reduce heat and can give the child more fluids to help relieve fever. but it can also give children food and drinks that are easily digested so that nutritional needs are maintained.
May be useful.