Infants begin to develop their set of baby teeth between 6 to 10 months of age. The first teeth to come out are usually the central incisors. Following these teeth, the other teeth begin to erupt on either side of the central incisors, working back to the second molars.

By the time the child is about 6 years old, the permanent set of teeth starts to replace the baby teeth. By age 21, all the permanent teeth have already developed and the baby teeth have already fallen out.

Now you can kiss your overbite or underbite goodbye. Have an attractive smile that’s truly remarkable from an expert’s perspective. Call us in Wilbraham today at (413) 596-9657 or use our online Request an Appointment form. Our patients come to us from the Pioneer Valley (Hampden County, MA) towns of Hampden, Ludlow, Monson, Palmer, Springfield, Wilbraham and East Longmeadow, Massachusetts.