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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)
... 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)
... 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)

... It sounds like her permanent 1st molars (or 6 year molars) are coming in a little early. They come in right behind her primary (baby) molars. These baby molars will be lost to permanent adult premolars at ages 10-12. She will get her second molars behind her 6 year molars at 12 years (12 year molar). The last molars are the 3rd molars or wisdom teeth which appear from 17 on... (7 replies)
... Hi, My son is 5 yrs old also and I kept catching him with his fingers in his mouth and chewing on them.. ... (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)
... I haven't experienced dry mouth.. just alot of excess saliva, almost like a toddler teething but my dentist said that is because I have 100 stitches in my mouth and I am still healing. ... (492 replies)

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