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Does this look normal? (teeth) Arks Mama! ಠ_ಠ 1 child; Utah 2401 posts
28th Aug

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penispenispenisVAGINA 4 kids; Idaho 6992 posts
28th Aug

Yup it does.

user banned 1 child; :), :), United States 5380 posts
28th Aug

Yes. Baby teeth growing... normal.

Samantha ~ 19 weeks Due September 14; 1 child; Rhode Island 4923 posts
28th Aug

How old is he?

Arks Mama! ಠ_ಠ 1 child; Utah 2401 posts
28th Aug
Quoting Samanthaaaa ♥:" How old is he?"



9 months.



I guess I was more concerned about the middle part?

A, E & W's mommy Due October 21; Bulgaria 15280 posts
28th Aug

Looks normal, is he lip tied?

ArmyWife & Mom x3 TTC since Jan 2014; 3 kids; Colorado 2066 posts
28th Aug

Looks just like DS' s teeth and he's almost 10 months old.

Arks Mama! ಠ_ಠ 1 child; Utah 2401 posts
28th Aug
Quoting A, E & W's mommy:" Looks normal, is he lip tied?"


Lip tied? :P No idea what that is.

user banned 19 kids; Japan 4077 posts
28th Aug

isn't that an attached upper lip frenulum?? i saw another mama on here post about it and it looked the same. i could be wrong though.

EVAN&1 Due February 1; 1 child; 1 angel baby; Illinois 1465 posts
28th Aug

It looks like he may have a upper lip attachment was he tounge tied stall? My son was and still had latching problems and it wasn't untill his teeth came in did we realise his upper lip attachment does he have trouble latching or drinking? He may outgrow it or it may cause a diastima when he is older and may need braces. You can always ask your dentist if they feel it should be cliped. I'm waiting untill Evans a little older to see if it is acctualy going to interfier or if he will need it cliped.

A, E & W's mommy Due October 21; Bulgaria 15280 posts
28th Aug

<blockquote><b>Quoting Arks Mama! ಠ_ಠ:</b>" 9 months. I guess I was more concerned about the middle part? "</blockquote>




If you're referring to the skin attaching the lip to the gums that is not "normal" but not harmful either, it's called a lip tie and makes it harder to bf and sometimes to eat or delays speach but overall is not usually severe enough to worry about, best diagnosed by a doctor or dentist though

Arks Mama! ಠ_ಠ 1 child; Utah 2401 posts
28th Aug

thank you guys!! When do you usually take them for their first dentist visit?

EVAN&1 Due February 1; 1 child; 1 angel baby; Illinois 1465 posts
28th Aug

Two to three years old. But in this case I would proly go at one or not sooner I took Evan at one year but then again I'm a DA lol so it was easy for me I just took him to work lol but there isn't much they can do now but make the sugestion on to clip or not and to get the child comfortable with dentist if anything at your next cleaning just take him with and ask them to take a look. Because some insurances won't cover a child too young unless an emergancy not sure what your situation is lol

The Time Police 2 kids; Cold Lake, AB, Canada 33400 posts
28th Aug

He has a lip tie, looks like. My daughter had that, and they snipped it during her surgery so milk and food would stop getting caught up there. She has terrible teeth. It may or may not affect him, but it helped my daughters dental issues unfortunately. My son had it without issues, and his tore naturally at 2. I would take him in now and get it looked at, they will decide what to do :) ... Some places have a free checkup for kids.

A, E & W's mommy Due October 21; Bulgaria 15280 posts
28th Aug

<blockquote><b>Quoting Arks Mama! ಠ_ಠ:</b>" thank you guys!! When do you usually take them for their first dentist visit?"</blockquote>




Here it's two but I've known them to take newborns specifically for this reason and for tongue tied to lazer clip it (much better than at a hospital!) if your insurance allows I would make an appr and take him in to see what they think. My sons is still tied at 6 and he's made it work just fine so it's not always something that HAS to be fixed, but definitely good to check and make sure.