What's the difference between "baby" teeth and permanent teeth? At between six and ten months of age, most infants begin to get their "baby" teeth.
The Central Incisors (front middle teeth) usually come in first, and then teeth begin appearing on either side and work their way back to the second molars. By the time a child has reached three years old, most of the "baby" teeth should be present.
The process begins
to repeat itself when the child is about seven years old. The Central Incisors
fall out first and are replaced by permanent teeth. By the age
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