My 7 year old son got his first couple of adult teeth in (bottom front) and I noticed that the...
teeth look different than mine do. His teeth are grooved at the end instead of straight across like mine are. Does that mean he has some sort of problem? Will all of his adult teeth look different?
Hi, no its perfectly normal, the teeth looked 'grooved' for when they are cutting through. Over time the egdes will smooth out. Nothing to worry about
Well, I agree. The answer given by Becca is probably correct. Just to relieve any anxiety I would check with the child's dentist. If he hasn't yet been to a dentist, now would probably be a good time to start. I discuss dental problems extensively on my Hub involving dentists.
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