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When do Our Kids’ Teeth Fall Out, and Grow Into Place?

Well, here’s a great detailed chart attached below to help give you an idea of when these times are.

It is to be expected that different children will have different shedding and eruption times for their baby and adult teeth, so it is important that they get their teeth checked regularly (every 6 months). This is to ensure that no problems are happening, for example – missing teeth, crowding of the teeth, holes in the teeth, or even EXTRA teeth (!)

I guess these charts help the ‘Tooth Fairy‘ prepare as well…

Dentist Comic Out of Baby Teeth
Your Baby's First Teeth Chart Aperture Dental

Primary Dentition (Baby Teeth) Chart

Secondary Dentition (Adult Teeth) Chart

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