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Identifying symptoms associated with primary tooth eruption (pictured), the available treatments and best practice for management

The first primary teeth to erupt in babies are already formed under the gums prior to birth. Generally, primary and permanent teeth erupt in pairs, usually starting with the lower primary central incisors

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