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Healthy teeth


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Glossary

At what age do what teeth appear in my child?


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Milk (deciduous) teeth


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Central teeth


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Central primary incisors


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6-8 months

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Lateral primary incisors


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8-12 months

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Primary canines


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16-20 months

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1st primary molars


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12-16 months

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2nd primary molars


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20-30 months






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Permanent teeth


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Central teeth


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Permanent central incisors


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6-8 years

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Permanent lateral incisors


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7-9 years

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Permanent canines


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10-14 years

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1st premolars


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9-13 years

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2nd premolars


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11-14 years

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1st molars


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5-7 years

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2nd molars


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11-14 years


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Posterior teeth


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Wisdom teeth(3rd molars)


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16-25 years






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Milk teeth are the placeholders for the permanent dentition. They provide support during occlusion of the upper and lower jaws. Constant chewing with the milk teeth is the precondition for correct jaw development. Premature loss of milk teeth disrupts the development of the whole facial skull, adjacent teeth are tilted towards the gaps and opposing teeth grow too long. Toothcleaning is made more difficult and the result is plaque formation, caries and gum disease.

Consequently, your child's milk teeth should remain intact for as long as possible until they are replaced by the permanent teeth. elmex children's toothpaste with amine fluoride was developed specifically to protect the immature, softer milk teeth. After all, milk teeth are like babies - they need special care.


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elmex Children's toothpaste


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