Dentist Questions Teething

My nephew has one tooth erupting and he is just 1 month old. Is it normal?

My nephew is just one month old and his one tooth is erupting already. Is it something normal or is something wrong?

16 Answers

Makes breast feeding more challenging, but dentally this is normal.
He might have a so called prenatal tooth. If that’s interrupting breast feeding, it should be looked at by dental professional and possibly removed
Yes, it is normal. Some children get their teeth sooner and some later than others
It happens. If it is loose get a dental evaluation from a pediatric dentist.
Everybody develops at a different pace. This is not abnormal and I do not believe there to be anything to worry about at this time.
Does not sound like a tooth eruption because first tooth comes in at about 8 months. I recommend visiting Pediatric Dentist for evaluation and treatment.
The sequence of eruption in is an individual maturation characteristic that is driven by inherited traits on our DNA. Early maturation Interruption of the teeth has no boundary only the position of the erupting teeth is significant not the age in which a tube is received into the mouth. Sometimes this manifested by additional to eat or supernumerary teeth which follow along crowding the mouth and need to be evaluated for orthodontic problems that may arise later in adolescence.
This is very normal. He's probably going to get all of his baby teeth early, and then his adult teeth will probably come in early. There are also kids that get their teeth really late, and that's normal, too. No worries.
Infants start getting their lower front teeth (2) from the age of 6 months. I have seen kids getting their front teeth at age 1 year, too. I would not call it normal timing, but it would not be alarming to me either. I would not do anything and would wait for another 6 months. He might be delayed in his eruption cycle, which might be normal for him.
That is not usual, but is very possible. It is possible for a baby to even be born with teeth. As long as he is eating normally, I would not worry.
Your nephew is simply ahead of the curve. Normal eruption times are given as a range, and while the first teeth are usually seen at 4-6 months, some babies are born with them already erupted! Don't worry at all about this.
It's rare, but it happens. No worries, my advice is to take your nephew to a dentist just to do an oral examination, but as long as there's no pain present for the baby...
It’s normal. They’re called neonatal or just natal teeth. Nursing may be a challenge. Consult with a lactation specialist or pediatrician. Use a warm towel to clean it nightly. You may use just the tiniest smear of Training toothpaste, but warm moist towel is fine.
Yes it is normal possibly a little early
Thank you for your question. Some babies are born with one or more teeth. These are called natal teeth. Don't need to worry or take action unless the teeth interfere with feeding or are a choking hazard. A pediatric dentist can help guide you through the process.


Dr. Piccolo
It is normal and sometimes it falls out soon. So better take him to a dentist for a check.