Doctor insights on:
Home Remedies For No Teeth Yet
9mo is feeding ~24 oz of formula now & has never gone beyond 32 oz. Consulted ped multiple times and said vit D are not necessary. No teeth yet. ?
Feeding: 24 ounces of formula is about right for this age. Is he eating baby foods or table foods as well? He should be getting the Vitamin D in the formula. Is he gaining weight well- that's the most helpful way to know if he's getting what he needs. It's common for children not to have teeth yet- the average time for the first one is between 6-9 months, but they can certainly be a bit later. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
12 month old, no teeth yet!! Is it possible that she might need a procedure? Starting to get worried
My 7 month baby hasn't crawled yet and also is not sitting unsupported. ..should i be worried. . and also no teeth has come..is her development right?
Relax: Prop sit at 6mo, get to sit by 8-9mo, crawl-pull to stand by 9-12 mo. Some babies creep and waddle prone in the first few months but it is disorganized and not consistent. Some babies have teeth at birth and some not until after 15mo. You might find some good basic information at www.healthychildren.org. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How late can a baby start having teeth? My baby is already 9 months old and has no teeth yet... Should I be concerned or is this normal?
My daughter is 10months old till now NO TEETH came. Continuously giving her calcerea phosp ie. Calcium, but no teeth's yet. Pls suggest?
My 10month+ old baby girl has no teeth yet. She's small and have shown no signs of teething yet. It worries me.Is it normal? Thank you so much in advance.
7 MS old baby no teeth yet seems not getting satisfied with formula and baby food any other food i can give him without him choking besides puffs?
No real concern: The eruption pattern of teeth is genetically determined, so there is really nothing that you can do to speed things along. I have noticed over the course of 30+ years that children who are "late bloomers" re their primary teeth also have delayed eruption for their secondary teeth... just food for thought. ...Read more
Overclosure: If you have no teeth, you will causing your jaws to close farther than they normally would. This in turn can cause pain in the joints (TMJ) due to over closure. You may also notice a wetness and cracking in the corners of your mouth. You also need teeth for proper mastication of food. Without teeth, you will not be chewing your food properly which can lead to other digestive issues. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
- Talk to a doctor live online for free
- Home remedies for crowded teeth
- Home remedy for sore gums from false teeth
- Home remedies for transparent teeth
- Ask a doctor a question free online
- Home remedies for widely spaced teeth
- Home remedies for wisdom teeth removal pain
- Home remedies for brown discoloration of teeth
- Home remedies for small teeth
- Talk to a pediatrician online