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Teeth - once gum is cut how quickly should they develop
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Posted 25 January 2013 - 11:32 AM
DD cut her 1st bottom 2 teeth around 5 months (now coming up to 9 months) and I have noticed they really haven't come all the way up - one is better than the other but the other is still 1/2 the size of the one next to it. She has just cut the 1st top tooth but it hasn't come down but I am thinking the bottom ones should be now up? I can't remember with DS, his cut and just grew up.
Just curious as to when & how long they should take if anyone knows. I am at my dentist next week so will also ask him when I see him but Dr Google is not helping me today very much.
Posted 25 January 2013 - 12:20 PM
No answers here, but DD 8mths just cut her bottom two teeth 3 days ago and they are exposed but not very raised, so I was about to ask about the time frame too, so ladies, what has been the average time frame for your kiddies teeth?
Posted 25 January 2013 - 12:23 PM
My granddaughter was ages cutting teeth and my daughter asked her dentist and he said - don't worry, they are there and they will come through eventually. She was about 11 months before she cut the first two teeth.
Posted 28 January 2013 - 09:41 PM
With DS, he cut two bottom teeth the same day at 7mo-ish. They were bumps below the gum in the morning then through in the afternoon. They're fully there now at 9.5mo, and took maybe a week to look like proper teeth. He then cut top four at 8mo and the took much longer to come through the gum and establish, I'd say a month?
Posted 29 January 2013 - 09:14 AM
Thanks for the feedback, do you know I think my post must have willed them up a little more as the smaller one is now almost in line with the other one Thanks again.
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