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Concerned about teething...

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Socci Tue 07-Jun-05 12:56:34

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Socci Tue 07-Jun-05 13:13:52

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elliott Tue 07-Jun-05 13:15:12

I haven't heard or read that suggests late teething is a problem or an issue, so I would guess it just isn't. Why not ask your dentist next time you go?

elliott Tue 07-Jun-05 13:15:35

spot the missing word - 'anything'

fastasleep Tue 07-Jun-05 13:15:52

My DS just started getting his first ever teeth at 15 months old....and I don't think he has any problems they're just poking out of his gums, the two front bottom ones lol god knows how long the rest'll take!

Socci Tue 07-Jun-05 13:16:29

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chicagomum Tue 07-Jun-05 15:18:44

when he books were written to state when your childrens teeth came in it was based on the average child (who we all know doesn't exist) ie they looked at a vast number of babies some of whom got their teeth early, some late, some in a diff sequence etc there are only a few (pretty rare) situations where there is a prob when teeth don't come through right (i won't bore you with the details)

Socci Tue 07-Jun-05 17:30:40

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JiminyCricket Tue 07-Jun-05 19:37:46

Heard from someone who's ds didn't get any til 18 months, then cut them all at once, poor mite.

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