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Is it weird if my two year old still doesn't have molars?

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Dr. Debi Williams answered

Specializes in Dentistry

Boys tends to take longer to erupt their molars than girls...we don't know why. Pediatric dentists deal with not only years but 'years and months.' If your child just turned two, then this is normal but if they are approaching three years old, I would have them evaluated by a dentist.

Answered Oct 23, 2017

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Dr. Marina Armendariz answered

Specializes in Pediatrics

Most toddlers get them by 15 months but each child is different. It is time for your child to see a dentist though.

Answered Dec 8, 2012

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