• Kids & Tweens: When Permanent Teeth Grow In

    by Dr. Owyoung
    on Jul 27th, 2017

Primary, or deciduous, teeth fill the mouth entirely by age 2-3. However, from ages 6-12 you can expect an ever changing scene of both primary and permanent teeth in your child’s mouth. This, sometimes awkward, developmental stages come with its own set up questions and concerns.

Five problems that occur when permanent teeth grow in: 

In the event that you have questions or concerns regarding your child’s tooth eruption or when permanent teeth grow in, our Sacramento, CA, dental office is always accepting new patients. 

Author Dr. Owyoung Andrew Owyoung, DDS, has been providing comprehensive family dental care for 29 years to the Sacramento area. Widely considered a top dentist in Sacramento, the staff at Soft Touch Dentistry are equipped with the knowledge, experience, and equipment to deliver an unparalleled dental experience.

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