not a single tooth at 9 months?

Winnie Rose - posted on 12/04/2009 ( 22 moms have responded )

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My little one is already 9 months old but still doesnt have a single tooth. Could there be something wrong?

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Angela - posted on 12/14/2009

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There is nothing wrong! My first born didn't get her first two teeth until she was almost a year old while my son cut his two bottom ones around 8 to 9 months.

Joanna - posted on 12/13/2009

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my son did not get his first tooth till he was 17months and now at 23months he still has only get 7 with three more on the way!!!! who needs to sleep at night!!!!!

Dior - posted on 12/13/2009

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I'm on the same bout a you ladies, my 10 month old still has no teeth, and she's been teething since she was 3 months old but nothing yet. I'm just patiently waiting.

Alisha - posted on 12/13/2009

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no not at all....mine was 10 months b4 he got a tooth....3 came in the same week

Toni - posted on 12/10/2009

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there nothing 2 worry about be glad she not got them as my little girl got her 1st 2 teeth wen she was 6wks old and now at 8mths old she got like 7 teeth so hard 2 brush them

Tiffany - posted on 12/09/2009

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Alex is almost 10 month and has no teeth, even though he's drooling like crazy and gnawing on everything.

User - posted on 12/09/2009

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No need to worry, my lil girl is 9months started tething at 8 weeks and got her 2 teeth at 4 months, oh the pain she was in, even now still teething as she got 6 out already and trust me the yuk nappies i get as she puts everything in her mouth which i reckon gives her germs, relax the later the better out of the experience ive gained from her.Again its not easy brushing her teeth.

Heather - posted on 12/09/2009

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no nothing is wrong, my son will be 10 months n only has 3 soon to be 5 he is getting 2 in at the same time....my son gavin is his name didnt start getting teeth until 7 or 8 months old....does she get floride in with the water or the drops? cuz i had to give my son the drops cuz it wasnt in our water n ever time i gave him the drops there would be a tooth coming in but idk babys are all different..........heather

Gwen - posted on 12/09/2009

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It's fine. My little boy is almost 10 months old and is finally starting to get his first teeth. It's strange though because they are on the top & not his front teeth! It's the two beside them! My husband says it's too bad he didn't have them at halloween or we could have dressed him as a vampire!

Susan - posted on 12/07/2009

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My lil one is nearly 10 mths old with not a tooth in site.. it is normal kids will get them when they get them. My Mother in Law is a dentist and she said no worries about teeth unless they are over a 1 1/2 yr without a single tooth. So relax they will come eventually.. I am impatient too I am dying for her to get her first tooth!

Melissa - posted on 12/07/2009

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My little one is also 9 months old and he is toothless. I can feel a bump, so it wont be long b4 a tooth does appear. My eldest son, now 5, did not get his first tooth until he was 13 months old, ( I did not get an x-ray because obviously he would get teeth when his body was ready) he now has all his milky teeth, they are strong and very white.

Siobhain - posted on 12/06/2009

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My first daughter was 11 months before she got a tooth. Dont worry...brushing her teeth is just one less thing you have to do ;)

Dayna - posted on 12/06/2009

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Wow, really? My baby started to cut teeth when she was 5 months. But that's normal for your child not to have teeth yet at nine months. They're coming. :)

Debbie - posted on 12/06/2009

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I hope not my daughter is 10 months old and doesn't have any teeth either. I'm kinda glad as it would be a mission trying to brush them :)

Carolyn - posted on 12/06/2009

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my daughter will be 10 months on December 13th and she is still toothless. I'm not worried. My son didn't get any teeth till he was almost 10 months and it is normal. She'll get them soon don't worry.

Carolyn
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Lindsey - posted on 12/05/2009

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I wouldn't worry about it my first two kids didn't get their first teeth till they were 18 months old and my 10 month old is just starting to get his teeth.

Kristen - posted on 12/05/2009

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nothing is wrong at all...my baby girl is 9 months and she dont have one either!!!

LaToya - posted on 12/04/2009

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dont worry the longer they stay in the stronger they will be. my baby is just now getting her first and she is 9 months to.

Emily - posted on 12/04/2009

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I really doubt it...My daughter is almost 10 months and we are just starting to see her first two buried in her gums! Like the other moms said, the later the better! Now if you don't see any by one year you can take your baby to the dentist for an x-ray to ease your mind but I am sure everything is just fine.

Patricia - posted on 12/04/2009

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I just posted a blog of my 10months old son who has been teething since he was 3months and still no sign of any tooth! my auntie says that it is better to have them late than too early because they tend to be better arranged when they come in late, which makes sense because my 1st son had his teeth really early, by 4months and by the time he was 10months he had 6teeth, but the top teeth all ended up not aligned with the bottom teeth and so he will need braces to correct that if his permanent teeth comes out that way! hopefully not! so there's nothing wrong so long as he is healthy, this i snot uncommon as my son's doctor told me!!

Mykal - posted on 12/04/2009

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No hun, nothings wrong... My little man is 10months old and still nothin... Its all about the kiddo i think.. :)

Stacy - posted on 12/04/2009

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there is nothing wrong...my lil one took awhile to cut her first teeth...they say the longer it takes the teeth to come..the better their teeth will be when they are older...so its a good thing..dont worry...they will come in time and when they are ready...in the mean time...be happy...this means stronger, healthier teeth...

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