My baby is one year old and has no teeth. Is it normal?

&nbsp.&nbsp.&nbsp.&nbsp.&nbsp.&nbsp.&nbsp.Many friends are also new fathers and mothers. As children grow up? We still have a lot of knowledge to learn. As a dentist friend by your side, what I can share with you today is the time and sequence of deciduous teeth eruption. &nbsp.&nbsp.&nbsp.&nbsp.&nbsp.&nbsp.&nbsp. The eruption of deciduous teeth we usually say is actually a child, a process of growing teeth, do the teeth in the child’s mouth all grow out at one time? The answer is of course, no. The eruption of children’s teeth has a certain time and sequence, and there will be individual differences in the eruption process. The Japanese Society of Pediatric Stomatology conducted a study in 1988: Boys: Mandibular central incisors can erupt as early as four months, and the latest eruption time is one year and five months, and the average age is eight months. . The maxillary central incisor can erupt as early as six months and at the latest one year and five months. The average age is ten months. Girl: The mandibular central incisor can erupt as early as four months and at the latest one year and three months. The average age is nine months. The maxillary central incisor can erupt as early as five months and at the latest one year and six months. The average age is ten months. At this time, we already have four small teeth in our mouth. Some friends are asking, why did you say that there are two teeth on it? Here are four teeth, because teeth generally grow symmetrically from the midline of our human body. So at this time you should understand why we have four small teeth, right? These four teeth are distributed throughout the mouth, two on the bottom and two on the top. In the growth process, the bottom two teeth are usually first and then the top two. Therefore, we say that when the baby’s deciduous teeth still do not grow out a year after the baby is born, it may not be abnormal, so friends who are new parents and new mothers, please don’t worry. At the end of the article, a warm reminder to friends who read this article, after our baby has the first tooth, we will start to give the baby oral care,&nbsp. Prevent oral diseases from this moment! &nbsp.&nbsp.&nbsp.

What to do if the teeth are big?

It is often seen that some people have very large teeth. This is not a serious illness, but it has a great impact on the appearance of the individual and even affects the individual’s psychology. Especially if there is a seam in the middle of the front teeth. Whether it is talking or smiling. Quite awkward, there is a gap between teeth and teeth under normal circumstances, but the normal tooth gap is covered by gingival tissue (gingival papilla).  What is the reason for the large tooth gap?   The front tooth gap is too large for both innate and acquired reasons.   1. Congenitally divided into two cases.    One case is that the teeth are sewed after eruption.    There is also a case where the tongue lacing is too long and too wide, which prevents the two incisors from joining together during tooth development. 2. People who suffer from periodontal disease the day after tomorrow are also susceptible to large tooth joints. When mechanical stimulation, incorrect brushing, gum inflammation, and periodontal disease are used, the gingival nipple is prone to inflammation and bleeding, and continuous gingivitis causes gum atrophy. The height of the gingival papilla is reduced, resulting in a large amount of alveolar bone loss. The teeth are loosely displaced and form a gap.   Other acquired causes:    Caries (worm teeth): There is caries adjacent to the teeth, causing the gap between the teeth to widen.   Wisdom teeth: There is a certain gap between the wisdom teeth in the oblique growth direction and the front molars, resulting in excessive tooth gaps.  Implanted food: The teeth are imbedded with food for a long time, and the food is embedded in the interdental space, which presses the gingival tissue, and inflammatory receding of the gingival papilla can occur, thereby increasing the tooth gap.  Displaced teeth: The displaced teeth lie in between the roots of the incisors, resulting in an incisor gap that is too wide.   Tooth tumor, ambush tooth: Between the maxillary anterior teeth is the common site of odontoma and ambush tooth, which can be confirmed by X-ray film.  What should I do if there is a large gap between front teeth?    One of the methods is orthodontics. Some patients feel that traditional metal orthodontics is unsightly, uncomfortable, and time-consuming and refuses to correct. At this time, mobile digital full-steal correction is the ideal choice.  ♥Let the patient quietly become beautiful without affecting the appearance.  ♥Can be worn at any time, convenient and comfortable.  ♥The correction process can be simulated by computer software, and the results after correction can be directly seen.