This may be a weird/stupid question but I've been curious so I'll take the chance. My son has two bottom teeth (he's 10 months old) and is now at the point where I can see the bottom of his two top teeth. Does the size of their baby teeth most likely reflect the size of what their adult teeth will look like? His top two teeth are HUGE from the looks of it, haha, and obviously they are the top two so they will be larger, but they look far bigger than babies I work with or my sisters kids...haha. TIA.
Not at all. Their baby teeth are not a reflection of their adult teeth. My daughter has a strange enamel line on her top baby teeth, and the likelihood is that she wont on her adult teeth.
No, not at all.