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One Year Olds Typically Have How Many Teeth
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Washcloth: Try using a washcloth to brush the teeth. I also read about using gauze or muslin with a little toothpaste. I also recommend trying to let the baby hold the toothbrush. Often the child will try to brush their own teeth.
My 5 & half year old, her tooth is shaking and when I checked her teeth I noticed there's another tooth growing inside (behind) the one shaking is it?
Loose teeth are: Normal in a 5 year old. I suspect it's the lower front tooth. The baby tooth is exfoliating to allow the permanent tooth to erupt. The other tooth growing in is the normal pattern. Sounds normal to me, but have your dentist comment on this at your child's next checkup or sooner if it will relieve any concern. Good luck!
Not typical, but: That's not typical but within normal limits. It's about time for you to take your child to a pedodontist for his\her first check-up anyway. Often, teeth can be felt below the gum line by a dentist when they may not be apparent to you.
Brush: Next time around you should start earlier by rubbing gums by 4-5 mo so the kid is used to you paying attention to this area by the time they develop attitude. By a year & with the onset of waking (mobility) kids decide to enforce the "I don't want to" attitude more often. Expect it with just about anything and just be the parent. It is not abusive to do what they need. They will eventually understandSee 2 more doctor answers
What happens with a cracked baby tooth? While brushing our three year old son's teeth last week, I noticed what looks like a crack on one of his teeth. It doesn't seem to hurt him at all, and I've made an appointment with our dentist. I'm just wondering I
See the Pro: Hopefully it's minor, but teeth do break. Kids fall down and get bumped all the time. Cavities can also cause fractures. It's important that kids start seeing dentist as soon as 1st tooth comes in. If your dentist has seen your child regularly, he will know so much more about your son's individual dental needs. You did the right thing by scheduling an appointment.See 3 more doctor answers
My one year old is teething. He has been complaining of anitchy sore bum and woke up with high temperature. Is allrelated to teeth?
Can children wear night guards? Our seven year old son grinds his teeth at night, and I've worn a night guard for bruxism for many years as an adult. Do they have the same things for kids, and if so, do they have to always get new ones due to growth? .
Many: Many children grind their teeth. It is normal, and is a part of jaw and muscle development. It I also our bodies' reaction to stress, and as a parent, you know that growing up is stressful. Follow the advise of dr. Davantzis: lots of love and regular visits to the pediatric dentist are exactly what the doctor ordered. Best wishes, dr. Zev kaufman.See 4 more doctor answers
My one year old daughter has had a fever for two days. She's getting her eye teeth, she's had the flu shot....What could this be coming from?
It's not the teeth: Teething does not cause fever, despite a lot of old wives tales that it does. There are many things which cause fever, the most common being infections. But can also be a common reaction to many vaccines, usually in the first day or two after getting them. If there are more worrying signs such as not acting like herself you should consult your health care practitioner.See 3 more doctor answers
What is it? I have a black dot on the bottom of my last mole the one before my wisdom teeth I'm 21 year old female I recently went to the dentist and had x-rays and they said I had no cavities and that everything was good this was a month ago what could b
Stain of some sort: Your dentist has given a clean bill of health regarding your teeth. I suspect what you are seeing is either a stain or ebernated enamel. Ebernated enamel is "affected enamel", the outer covering of the tooth has had repeated acid attacks from bacteria interspersed with healing periods (possibly Fluoride as well) and it heals up. They are usually seen between the teeth as opposed to on top.See 2 more doctor answers
My 5 year old bit a hard popsicle and tooth became loose and now it has a discolor look to it. Should I pulled it or leave it? She is 5 so I hope it doesn't cause damage to the root fir the permant one.
Very: Very hard to diagnose your question over the internet. Lower front tooth? Upper front tooth? Don't worry, it probably did not cause any damage to her permanent tooth. If it turned dark, then the nerve in the tooth may have died, meaning that it needs to be evaluated by a dentist. Have it looked at and evaluated for extraction.See 2 more doctor answers
My son is 38 years old with the worst teeth I have seen! Teeth are broken sharp one piece left in parts. Teeth are breaking falling out! Help?
Seek out a Dentist: Whether you have a local dentist or you know of an area dental clinic, you need to take your son to a dentist to get treatment immediately! Teeth as you're describing can cause serious infections that can potentially cause death! If fear of the dentist is a factor in avoiding treatment, there are dentists that will use IV or oral sedation to put him asleep during treatment and he'd wake up done!See 3 more doctor answers
Nothing: The tooth may straighten on its own. If it doesn't, there should be no problem with the tooth. If the tooth begins to discolor, however, it may need to be extracted as a change in color (the tooth becomes gray) means the nerve inside the tooth has died and the tooth may abscess. I recommend you take your child to your dentist for an exam and x-ray to see if there is any damage.See 1 more doctor answer
My 2 years old kid has broken one of her teeth as a result to an accident and another tooth which is beside the broken one get bluish, what's the case?
The tooth could be: Dying & at increased risk for decay or infection. The fractured tooth is also at risk. If your child didn't see a dentist for the first check-up at 1, ask your pediatrician for referral to a pediatric dentist who can examine & x-ray those teeth to determine how best to treat them, as well as check your child's overall dental health. Pediatric dentists are great with fearful kids, so no worries.See 2 more doctor answers
Do all braces always require tooth removal at some point. I am hoping I don't have to remove any as I already have fewer teeth. I have just had my braces put in 2 weeks ago as an adult, 30 years old. One front tooth is slightly under my bottom teeth when
30%: Orthodontic specialists treat 70% or more of their patients without extractions. I hope you are seeing an orthodontic specialist (as opposed to a gp) for your very specialized care. If the orthodontist did not mention extractions, your individualized treatment plan probably does not require extractions. Ask him/her at your next visit, follow instructions to the letter, and you should be ok.See 4 more doctor answers
I have my other 3 wisdom teeth in but I have the last one coming through at 39 years old. Is this normal?
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