Children’s teeth begin forming before birth. The first primary, or baby, teeth erupt through the gums as early as four months. All 20 of the primary teeth usually appear by age three, although their pace and order of eruption varies. Permanent teeth begin appearing around age six. This process will continue until approximately age 21.
To help ensure oral health and a lifetime of good oral care habits, follow these key preventative measures:
Here is an outline of some common challenges when it comes to kids' oral health.
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