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Generally speaking, the first milking tooth develops around the age of six months. But you may be wondering what happens when the milk teeth come out in different times and in the same order as the average.If not according to the textbook the child will be caughtTeeth development begins at the prenatal stage. At fetal age, the gums of all 20 milk teeth can be found in the femur. Within 2-3 months after the birth of a baby, the typical symptoms of dentition may appear: increased rabbit production, restlessness, fatigue, sleep disturbance, loss of sleep. Of course, there are babies who are almost inconspicuous in the process of toothing, and it is only the tearing of the spoon that indicates to the parent that the first tooth is gone.
Generally, it is the time of departureTraditionally, the first tooth will extend to the baby at six months of age, and generally the second tooth will follow the first within a very short time. The textbook order and the time of tooth extraction look like this: after 2 to 10 months, two low tooth incisors emerge (not simultaneously, but quickly after each other). Between the ages of 8 and 12 months, the baby has two upper incisors, and the upper incisors (9) at the same time (two levels). At 10-16 months, the number of milk teeth and lower incisors increases, and at 13-19 months, the first molars appear below. These canines develop at 16-22 months of age. At the age of 25-33 months, the process of completing the second tooth is complete, and so is the baby's 20 milk teeth. However, the above chronology and order is true only to a large extent, this is a difference, even if a significant difference is okay and does not cause concern. This is just a statistical average, individual babies are very different in development, so their teeth can be very varied and can be very different at times between the babies.The toothpicks often come out evenly, side by side or symmetrically on the right and left. Two and a half to three years, ideally, all milk teeth will burn. Teeth come out sooner than girls.
They can be big individual differences
Dental care from the beginningKeep in mind that we have to take care of the toothpole right from the first tooth. At first, it is no problem to brush your teeth with toothpaste, but only clean water, or use a baby toothbrush immersed in water. It is worth considering that brushing is done by playing in the evening bath. It is important to avoid sugary drinks, sweetness and great care for proper and healthy eating from the point of view of teeth.
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