Eruption timeline for milk teeth.
Is it bad when the order is different from the one described above?
The order and timescale of milk tooth eruption may in fact be very different from the general rule outlined above. You should not worry too much if this is the case with your child. However, an appointment with a dentist is highly recommended when your child is one and does not have a single tooth yet. By two and a half years children should have a complete set of 20 deciduous teeth.
Eruption timeline for permanent teeth.
Permanent dentition starts at about 6 years old. The first permanent teeth to appear are usually first molars (“six-year molars”). Parents should regularly check their children’s mouth as first molars erupt behind milk teeth and no milk teeth fall out before the eruption of first permanent molars. After that, permanent teeth appear in the following order: central incisors, lateral incisors, first premolars, canines, second premolars, second molars, third molars (“wisdom teeth”). In some people wisdom teeth never erupt. Others only have one or two third molars. This is important information for the dentist and orthodontist at a later stage in life. As a rule, teeth erupt first in the mandible and then in the maxilla.
When should you visit a dentist because of eruption problems?
Take your child to a dentist:
When you go to the dentist with your child, take his/her favourite toy with you
to make the child feel more comfortable.
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