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... I'm a little confused, but if you count and your 5 yr old has 20 teeth, she isn't missing any. Your 6 yr old may have gotten her 6 yr molars, which is why she has more teeth. And no, you don't lose baby teeth in order to get your permanent molars. ... (7 replies)
... Well whats weird is after I looked in her mouth I looked in her 6 year old sisters mouth and she had molars where my 5 year old didnt. ... (7 replies)
... If you can afford to treat the 5 year old then treat him. I had 5 kids and from the time they were old enough to go to the dentist they went every single year and now they are adults and all 14 grandkids go to the dentist. It is in my opinion it is very important to treat children's teeth no matter when. ... (3 replies)

... Tonight at dinner my 5 year old told me her mouth hurt, I had her show me where it was hurting her and she pointed to the gum right behind her molar. ... (7 replies)
... OMG you guys are all right I counted both my daughters teeth and my 6 year old does have 24, well actually 23 two of her baby teeth are fused together, and my five year old only has 20. ... (7 replies)
... My 5 year old had filing done in between both molars 6 months ago. She complained of pain after procedure and I ignored thinking she had to get use of filing. ... (5 replies)
... My five year old daughter goes Monday to be put to sleep. They are doing all her teeth at one time. They are pulling her infected tooth a front baby one. ... (1 replies)
... The last molars are the 3rd molars or wisdom teeth which appear from 17 on if they appear at all. ... (7 replies)
... I've been browsing the board for awhile. I'll try and make a VERY long story short. My name is Michelle and I'm a 29 year old wife mother of two who has had terrible teeth since childhood (like BOTH my parents - my bio dad lost all his teeth at 21). I've done all I can to save my lower teeth an spent countless money trying but, after 3 failed root canals (that resulted in... (4 replies)
... Trust the previos posters. The baby MOLARS will be replaced by adult PREMOLARS (I think you call them bicuspids in the US). The adult MOLARS come up all alone behind the baby teeth from 5-7 years. All normal. (7 replies)
... comes in right behind the last baby molar. Your older daughter must already have her six year molars. If you count her teeth, she'll have 24. ... (7 replies)
... nted to do a root canal that I couldn't afford on it and eventually I went to a different dentist and he and his assistant discovered that since I didn't have 12 year old molars, it was a wisdom tooth and totally not worth saving at all. So he pulled it. ... (2 replies)
... If your daughter is not even 6 yet, she is going to have those primary molars for at least another 6 years, you want to do as much possible to save the teeth. Crowns are much better than space maintainers if the nerve are not infected. ... (5 replies)
... es, over a dental crisis. My 7 year old daughter recently went to the dentist for a filling and the noviccane didn't take so she felt everything and after about 5 minutes grabbed ahold of the dentists hand and requested that the drill be stopped right away. So, the dentist referred us to a pedodontist. ... (1 replies)
... She had dental surgery at 5 years old 6 extractions 4 silver crowns on baby eye teeth and upper and lower space bars. ... (9 replies)
... My 15 year old daughter has been to 2 orthodontist's to get opinions on her teeth. ... (1 replies)
... third molars starting to come through. ... (2 replies)
... I have had 3 other fillings in my molars too. ... (3 replies)
... The only restriction I know of is how severe the problem is. I have minor crowding in front (mainly just bothers me, no one else seems to notice) and a slight overbite. I am getting 2 teeth on top pulled to make room for the moving (the molars closest to the front of the mouth). I'm 22, it's costing me $5300 (Long Island, NY) for (up to) 16 months, top and bottom. I have... (3 replies)
... I turned 25 yrs old in March this year. I've never had my wisdom teeth come in, I almost just assumed they had already and without complications. "lucky". ... (17 replies)

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