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Birth to 3 Years Old

Birth to 3 Years Old

The primary (baby) teeth that will appear in the first 3 years of your child’s life aid in development. Primary teeth are key for chewing, speaking, and appearance. They also hold space in the jaws for upcoming adult teeth. Even though they fall out, baby teeth are extremely important.

3 to 6 Years Old

3 to 6 Years Old

By the time your child is 3 years old, they will most likely have all 20 primary teeth. Your child should be brushing their teeth twice a day and flossing daily.

6 to 12 Years Old

6 to 12 Years Old

Between the ages of 6 to 12 years old, your child will gradually lose all of their primary teeth and their first permanent (adult) teeth will move into place. Permanent teeth affect the position and health of the other adult teeth that will grow in later.

12 to 17 Years Old

12 to 17 Years Old
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17 to 21 Years Old

17 to 21 Years Old

The last teeth to appear are wisdom teeth. Often times, we recommend that these teeth be removed to prevent overcrowding which can lead to many oral health problems. This tends to occur between the ages of 17 to 30.

Teeth are constantly changing throughout childhood. How you take care of your child’s teeth now, can impact their oral health in the future.

Visit Our Local Grayson Office

Pediatric Dentist Grayson

You can find us in the heart of Grayson at The Railyard where we conveniently serve patients from Lawrenceville, Snellville, Loganville, Dacula, Lilburn, and other surrounding areas.

Dentist Grayson
2115 Loganville Hwy Suite 101
Grayson, GA 30017

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