Symptoms of Six Year Molars?


If your child is six years old and upset about tooth pain, chances are they are getting their six year molars in. With the arrival of new teeth, there’s going to be a great deal of pain. Your child may experience headaches, throbbing aches in their mouth and gums, redness and/or swelling around the site where the teeth are pushing through, and overall soreness in the mouth. They may also take their pain and frustration out in other ways such as acting out, crying, temper tantrums, and misbehaving. If the pain is too bad for your child, consult your doctor to see if there’s anything available to help out.
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