This is very common and your baby's teeth should straighten by themselves. There is an illness caused by a virus infection that is very common at present and is called the 'slapped cheek' or Parvovirus B19 disease. This is not a dangerous illness and it passes over after a few days. This causes babies to have very red cheeks. Some babies also get red cheeks if they get too hot or if they are overdressed.
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