Oral Health

Question
Posted by: Lisa | 2010/07/02

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18months and no teeth

My friends''s 18months old girl has no teeth.What could be a problem? Should we be worried?

Expert's Reply

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Oral health expert

Sometimes eruption could be delayed for various reasons. I have come acrosss 1 patient who did not have any teeth at 18months- xrays showed the presence of teeth under the gums - they finally started apprearing at 23 months.
Arrange a consult with your dentist

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Posted by: dental expert | 2010/07/02

Sometimes eruption could be delayed for various reasons. I have come acrosss 1 patient who did not have any teeth at 18months- xrays showed the presence of teeth under the gums - they finally started apprearing at 23 months.
Arrange a consult with your dentist

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